re:Dine GINZA Serves Umami-Filled Ramen in Ginza, Tokyo [PR]
This umami-packed ramen is made by a chef from 29ON's membership only restaurant. The ramen is made with three different types of meat cooked separately sous-vide, each at their own temperature. The broth is made with fish and porcini and it has home-made noodles. Only at re:Dine GINZA can you try this unique umami ramen.
29ON presents a new kind of umami-packed ramen with a golden broth and sous-vide cooked roast beef!
Looking at it is enough to open up your appetite.
Truth be told, this ramen was developed by a chef at 29ON, which is normally a member-only restaurant!
Under supervision of 29ON's member-only sous-vide yakiniku shop!
You can also try their popular cuisine at re:Dine without having to get a membership.
Incredibly tender meat! No wonder sous-vide cuisine is all the rage right now
Normally, this cuisine is only available to 29ON members, but you can have the ramen at re:Dine!
29ON's chef is proud to introduce his new creation!
He put his knowledge to work to create this excellent ramen dish!
'The roast beef ramen' umami-packed golden broth with three different types of meat cooked sous-vide
The roast beef is so tender it melts in your mouth, the chicken deepens the ramen's umami and the duck meat gives it a luxurious touch. The umami, the texture and the taste are splendid.
You've definitely never had ramen like this before!
re:Dine Ginza opened on January 17th
The venue has 120 seats and has a wide and stylish interior. You can enjoy the cuisine of 5 different trained chefs at the same time. This interesting and original restaurant has created a lot of media buzz and has caught the attention of gourmets all over Japan.
What? Chef coworking space 're:Dine Ginza'
Where? 9F Namikikan, 4-3-1 Ginza, Chuo, Tokyo (right next to Tokyo metro's Ginza Station's C8 exit)
-Opening hours: Dinner: 5 PM - 11 PM (Last order: 10:30 PM)
-Opening date: January 17th, 2019
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