Style Weekly dines at Shoryuken Ramen

Soup’s on.

From Style Weekly:

One slurp of the beautifully balanced winner that is Shoryuken classic ramen ($10) — available flavored with sea salt, soy sauce or spicy garlic oil — is enough to seduce the entire table. Deeply flavored broth, long-braised chashu pork (marinated pork belly), a seasoned ajitama egg (a marinated, soft-boiled egg), bamboo shoots, scallions and nori make to a bowl layered with personality. Vegetarians will find the egg and pork replaced by pickled mushrooms, but the overall effect is no less dazzling.

It began as an insanely popular pop-up and now it’s all grown up and has it’s own spot. Officemates give it an enthusiastic thumbs up.

Shoryuken Ramen (900 West Franklin Street)
Monday through Thursday 5-11:00 PM
Friday through Saturday 5:00 PM – 12:00 AM

Image: Shoryuken Ramen

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Richard Hayes

When Richard isn’t rounding up neighborhood news, he’s likely watching soccer or chasing down the latest and greatest craft beer.

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