Ramen Tasting at Ryoji Ramen & Izakaya

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Ryoji Ramen & Izakaya‘s popular Ramen Tasting is back with Toronto Common!

Try 4 signature ramens, including their Okinawa soba, and 4 izakaya items plus a sake tasting and sata andgai (Okinawa style doughnut with ice cream) for dessert for $24 tax and tip included.

Izakaya

  • Deep Fried Homemade Tofu
    Deep fried house-made Okinawa tofu (atsuage) served with red onion, koregusu (chili vodka sauce), fresh ginger, and scallions.
  • Tontoro (Pork Jowl)
    Grilled pork jowl with wasabi purée and pickled leek.
  • Takoyaki (Deep Fried Octopus Ball)
    Fried mashed potato, ocotpus, bonito flakes, pickled ginger, tonkatsu sauce and mayo.
  • Fried Shrimp Mayo
    Tiger shrimp tempura with house-made chili and squid ink mayo, and aonori seaweed.

Ramen

  • Tonkatsu
    Egg white noodles in a rich and silky pork bone broth served with chashu, bean sprout, scallion, and kikurage mushroom.
  • Shio
    Whole egg noodles in a lighter chicken and pork bone broth, served with chashu, leek, konbu seaweed, fish cake, and yaki-nori.
  • Shoyu
    Whole egg noodles in a lighter chicken and pork bone broth, seasoned with Ryoji’s signature soy sauce, and served with chasu, cabbage, menma, leek and yaki-nori.
  • Okinawa Soba
    Traditional thicker Okinawa style soba noodles in a light bonito and pork broth, served with scallions, red pickled ginger, pork back rib, aosa seaweed, and a side of “ko-re-gusu” vodka infused with chili peppers.

 



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 Wednesday, December 16th, 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.

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