Summer Cold Ramen Tasting at Ramen Raijin

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Toronto Common is excited to present a special Cold Ramen Tasting event with Ramen Raijin!

Cold Ramen is refreshing summer treat, the noodles are served chilled with a variety of seasonal toppings to be enjoyed when the weather is hot.

Ramen Raijin has been introducing a new cold ramen every few weeks since May with 4 cold ramens in total!

For the month of August we will be hosting 3 Cold Ramen Tasting events every other Tuesday to take advantage of this seasonal speciality with a sampler of starters, a mini hojicha pudding for dessert & an 8 oz Sapporo for $28 tax & tip included.

Starters:

Kara-age – Japanese Fried Chicken
Gyoza – Thin skinned pan fried pork dumpling
Tako-Yaki – Deep fried octopus ball

Cold Ramens:

Cold Yuzu Shio Ramen – Japanese citrus flavoured ramen topped with chicken char-shu, pea shoots, sliced honeyed lemon, and 1/2 a seasoned soft boiled egg.

Cold Maze-Men – Special spinach noodle in chicken based sauce topped with shredded cucumber, naruto, seasoned beef, tenkasu, green onion, nori seaweed, white sesame, grated mountain yam, and a special mini poached quail egg with a side of wasabi.

Cold Ume Shiso Tsukemen – Cold ramen noodle with shiso oil served with a cold chicken & bonito based broth, chicken char-shu, thinly sliced Japanese leeks, pea shoots, iced lemon slice, and pickled plum with shiso.

Cold Soupless Tan Tan Ramen – Thick cold noodle with a mildly spicy sesame dressing topped with spicy ground pork, english cucumber, cabbage, tomato, red onion, walnuts, lime, and special mini poached quail egg.

Dessert:

Hojicha Pudding – Roasted green tea milk custard

Plus an 8 oz Sapporo!


Ramen Raijin arrived in Toronto in 2012. A casual ramen shop at Gerrard and Yonge, Ramen Raijin has over 12 ramens and a variety of sides and desserts as well as a new Japanese bento take away service.

Owned by the Zakkushi Group, Ramen Raijin continues the tradition of bringing fun, casual, and unique Japanese cuisine to Canada.


PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING:

All tickets must be purchased online the night before the event by 11pm.

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, one ticket per guest.

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

Must be 19 years or older to attend.

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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