Already known for its eclectic lineup of flavors throughout its menu, JINYA Ramen Bar is kicking things up a notch for its fans and heading full force into fall with new offerings, fresh from the chef’s kitchen.
Beginning Sept. 1, real ramen fans can dive into a pair of delicious dishes that are sure to keep the tastebuds warm and excited as the weather outside begins to cool down. These new chef specials are:
- Kara-Men Ramen — Flavorful pork soboro, bean sprouts with fresh green and diced onion, served on top of thin noodles in a rich chicken broth and finished with cilantro, chili paste, tamago and sesame seeds.
- Chicken Wings with Sweet Soy Glaze — The perfect starter or share plate for your party, these crispy wings are lightly tossed in Sweet Soy and sprinkled with white pepper and sesame seeds for an added crunch. It’s an umami experience like no other.
“We are always looking to add new and bold flavors to what is already a tasty and robust menu at JINYA, so we’re excited to soon be introducing our September chef specials for everyone to try,” says Founder and CEO Tomo Takahashi. “The Kara-Men Ramen takes our idea of real ramen culture and takes it to a whole new level with a flavor profile that is sure to delight, while the Chicken Wings with Sweet Soy Glaze present the perfect balance of plump, juicy chicken and savory, crunchy goodness.”
And with the fall being such a big time of year on the sports calendar, JINYA’s September chef specials make for the perfect meal while enjoying your favorite teams in action. For those who want to watch the big game without the hassle of the typical sports bar crowd, JINYA has fans covered, boasting a full bar with televisions and delicious small plates to share between friends.
At JINYA, experience ramen like it is meant to be – with thick, rich broth in perfect balance with flavorful noodles. Discover a wide array of authentic toppings, from tender pork chashu to shrimp wonton. Then, elevate the experience further by pairing it with tapas or a craft beer. JINYA is ramen culture, where the relationship between broth and noodles is serious but delicious business.
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