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Hokkaido Saketoba Ramen
This special Ramen uses ingredients that are rarely available, even in Japan: Rausu Saketoba (similar to Salmon Jerky), Rausu kelp, and Rausu salmon clause.
Rausu is a town located in Nemuro Subprefecture, Hokkaido, Japan. The word "Rausu" originates from the Ainu word Raushi, roughly meaning "Low-land" or "Place of men with beast-like spirit". Rausu Saketoba, Rausu kelp and Rausu clause are very famous in the place, but they are rarely available even in Japan. This special Ramen is a phantom, so once you miss this chance, you will never eat it.
Please note: Limited to 10 Ramen per day
Basic Information about Ramen Do
Website https://www.facebook.com/ramen.do1 (ID nzramendo)
Mon & Wed - Fri 11:45 - 14:00 & 18:00-21:00
Sat & Sun 12:00-14:00 & 18:00-21:00
Parking information around the restaurant
No parking, but you can find parking spots on St Bendicts St, Upper Queen St etc - enough spaces around the restaurant.
Features of the restaurant
The restaurant has an uncompromising approach to the quality of Hokkaido Ramen, incredibly particular about handmade noodles, Ramen soups, and BBQ porks (Cha-shu).
Introducing the Chef
I trained at the Teshikaga Ramen Head restaurant, and a branch in Sapporo, Hokkaido in Japan, and have been particular about making authentic ramen, soup, handmade noodles, etc.
I have been a chef for 40 years and confident of a good sense of food.