Noodles are cooked to the perfect texture, so we always tell our customers to not let it sit in their ramen bowl and soak up the juice.
San Francisco, CA (Vocus/PRWEB) May 24, 2011
2G Japanese Brasserie in San Francisco is announcing the release of its new dish called ramen. The dish was initially offered as a later evening snack, after 8 p.m., but with the initial positive reaction of customers frequently requesting ramen, it is now being served during both lunch and dinner.
“Noodles are cooked to the perfect texture, so we always tell our customers to not let it sit in their ramen bowl and soak up the juice,” said 2G Japanese Brasserie’s Chef.
Truly one of San Francisco’s best sushi restaurants, 2G Japanese Brasserie offers a wide selection of delicious authentic Japanese cuisine, including the new Assari Tokyo-style ramen (“Assari” translates to light). The broth of the dish is simmered for over eight hours, producing a light and flavorful soup. The chashuu is prepared in two ways to give the ramen bowl an extra bit of uniqueness. Customers are free to choose from either a salt or soy sauce base to compliment the dish, which is created by an experienced ramen chef.
2G Japanese Brasserie’s ramen has lured the appetite of its customers with its many unique dishes. Now everyone can enjoy a delightful taste of Tokyo with 2G Japanese Brasserie’s Assari Tokyo-style ramen.
For more information, call 415-692-7467 or visit http://www.2gjapanese-sf.com.
About 2G Japanese Brasserie
2G Japanese Brasserie features the exclusive cooking of executive chef Hidetoshi Nambu. At 2G, he continues his successful and long-time career in the culinary industry. Japanese food reigns supreme. Japanese influenced breakfasts, traditional Japanese lunches, French inspired Japanese dinners and a full sushi bistro are all some of the delectable items on its menu. Customers can experience private parties, the best Sushi restaurant in the area, Japanese izakaya and a fine full line of drinks during Happy Hour.