A play on tsukemen, the popular ramen served with soup and noodles separate. The broth is reduced to stick to noodles and the noodles are often chilled for a denser texture.
Ryoji serves their tsukemen (Tsuke Soba) with their Okinawa Soba, a thicker noodle, with a similar texture to tsukemen noodles, native to Okinawa.
Every Monday in August Ryoji will be offer a special 2 for 1 Tsuke Soba Tasting for $25 tax & tip included!
One regular serving of soba noodles topped with bamboo shoots, arugula, seaweed and soft boiled egg and chopped chasu in BOTH dipping broths so you don’t have to choose!
- Bonito Tonkotsu-Shoyu, a rich smokey sea
- Spicy Black Sesame Miso Tonkotsu
PLUS a pint of Sapporo or non-alcoholic beverage and an Izakaya Sampler:
- Tontoro – grilled pork jowl served with salted wasabi pesto and pickled onions.
- Tempura Ebi Mayo – tiger shrimp tempura served with chili and squid ink aioli, sprinkled with aonori, a fragrant Japanese seaweed.
- Gyoza – deep fried, seasoned-beef dumpling, served with soy, scallion and chili sauce.
- Nanban Chicken – traditional southern Japanese style kara-age, tossed with a sweet & sour soy finish, served with house tartar 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 Sunday, August 9th, 2015.
No tickets will be available at the door.
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.