Okinawa Tasting at Ryoji Ramen & Izakaya

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Ryoji Ramen & Izakaya is going back to their roots this month with a taste of Okinawa with Toronto Common every Tuesday in February!

Ryoji has 11 ramen & izakaya locations in Okinawa and is the only Okinawa ramen & izakaya restaurant in Toronto.

Okinawa is the southern most prefecture of Japan with its own unique flavours and style. The Okinawians believe their lifestyle promotes a happy and longer life.

Ryoji is offering a sampling of 8 Okinawa favourites in tasting portions plus a 2 oz yuzu awamori (distilled rice spirit) for $26, tax and tip included!

  • Fresh Tofu
    Made in-house daily in the Okinawan style and topped with katsuobushi, grated ginger, chopped green onions and soy sauce.
  • Atsuage
    House tofu, deep fried and topped with green onions and chilli sauce
  • Mimiga
    Sliced steamed pork ear served with peanut miso sauce.
  • Tebichi
    Slow braised pork feet in soy broth
  • Rafute
    Sweet soy braised pork belly with lotus puree and house pickle
  • Goya Champru
    Stir fried bitter melon slices, tofu, scrambled egg and pork belly slices
  • Soba
    A traditional, thicker soba noodle in a light katsuobushi and pork broth, served with scallions, red pickled ginger, aosa seaweed and a side of “koregusu” vodka infused with chili peppers.
  • Ji-ma-mi
    Ryoji’s signature peanut tofu made in-house daily and served with Ryoji’s original sauce.

 



Ryoji Ramen & Izakaya
, established in January 2013 in Toronto, but with multiple locations in Okinawa Japan, is the only Okinawan-style Izakaya in Toronto.

With Okinawa’s rich history and slightly different culture from mainland Japan, Ryoji offers traditional and inventive cuisines and ramens reflective of the unique culture of Okinawa.

Simple yet delicate flavours, fresh ingredients, creative cuisine, served in a bistro style.

Staying true to the Ryoji values of gratitude, passion, and awareness, Ryoji looks to evolve their menu with appreciation to their surroundings and to continue to evolve the art of Japanese cuisine.


PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING:

All tickets must be purchased online before 11pm Monday, February 23rd, 2014.

No tickets will be available at the door.

Minimum attendance: 4 people

Maximum attendance: 12 people

Guests should arrive 5 minutes prior to event to check-in.

Tickets must be presented (printed or electronically) to check-in.

Each ticket is a unique one-time use code and cannot be shared.

This is a communal event, guests will be seated with other guests.

If you have any questions about this event or Toronto Common events in general please visit our FAQ or Contact us directly.

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