JINYA Ramen Bar Elevates Chef’s Specialties Menu With New Summer Dishes

JINYA Ramen Bar enhances its chef’s specialty menu with new light and innovative dishes perfect for summer.

Starting June 1, the famous ramen restaurant is offering a bowl full of tasty noodles but no broth. Yes, you read that right – JINYA’s new Spicy Maze-Men skips the broth so guests can enjoy their favorite Japanese flavors while cooling off this summer. Additionally, JINYA will be offering a Japanese staple that deliciously complements sake or beer on its limited-time Chef’s Specialty menu:

Spicy Maze Extra thick noodles dressed in Japanese Umami bonito aioli sauce and topped with chashu pork, kimchi, seasoned egg, green onion and white onion, topped with shredded bonito flakes and shredded dried nori seaweed.

Otsumami- The Japanese name Ostumami means “something to nibble/eat while drinking sake, beer”. This dish contains pork chashu, chicken chashu, seasoned eggs, sautéed bamboo shoots and spicy bean sprouts.

“At JINYA, we create and share new menu items to show all the different ways customers can enjoy Japanese cuisine, regardless of the season,” says JINYA Ramen Bar Founder and CEO Tomo Takahashi. “Whether you need a bowl of hot ramen to warm you up in the winter or are looking for a unique and refreshing dish in the summer, JINYA offers you a wide variety that allows customers to step out of their comfort zone and experience a experience Something new. We can’t wait to launch these new chef’s specials and hope everyone will visit us to try these new offerings this summer!”

Chef JINYA’s specialty menu is available at participating restaurants while supplies last. Price varies by location.

At JINYA, experience ramen the way it should be – with thick, rich broth in perfect balance with savory noodles. Discover a wide array of authentic toppings, from tender pork chashu to a perfectly cooked and seasoned poached egg to fresh garlic. Then, elevate the experience 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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