I love Ramen! So when I saw this, I knew it would make me hungry! Time to head to Japan for a fiery treat!
Kyoto Guidebooks will tell you to visit the city’s historic temples and beautiful shrines, but when it comes to eating food, how about a restaurant dubbed “Fire Ramen“!
SoraNews24.com had the story of the Restaurant Menbaka Ichidai, which gets its nickname from its signature dish: a flaming bowl of ramen.
And what an experience to eat!
As SoraNew24 reports: Diners sit at the counter in front of the chef and are told to lean away while holding their hands behind their back so the chef can add one final ingredient to their bowl of noodles.
The restaurant first opened for business in 1984, but has been closed due to the pandemic…we can only await its reopening for more flaming dishes…
However, the company was able to open their Singapore restaurant, keeping the classic “Fire Ramen” dish aflame!
Bravo as always to the intrepid Reporters at SoraNews24.com, who cover Asia with depth and deliciousness! You can read their whole story about this “Fire Ramen” by clicking on the link here:
As many of you know, I am a huge Ramen fan – so much so that I ate some this way:
That’s right, I had a special meal of “Glow In The Dark Ramen” and it was magical!
You can see the entire menu, and discover just how they make ramen look like this by clicking on my story here:
I will eat anything. And that means you can serve me Ramen this way as well:
Behold The “Piranha Ramen!”
Yes, this is a bowl of noodles that bites back! Don’t believe me? Click here to see how they are making ramen bowls using real Piranha!
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Who’s ready for some “Fire Ramen?”