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Noodle Shop Food Menu

Ramen Noodle Soup

Ramen noodles are thin wheat noodles, generally served hot.

All Ramen soup includes the following ingredients:
Nori seaweed, Menma (Preserved bamboo shoots), Negi (Shredded green onions), Moyashi (Bean Sprouts), 1 boiled egg, halved (more can be specified, for 50c an egg), 2 slices of Chashu (Fatty Roast Pork). The Chasu is placed atop the ramen and is included regardless of the meat selected below. More can be specified for 50c per slice, or it can be removed for a $1 reduction.

1. Shoyu Ramen (Soy Sauce). $4.50.
A broth flavoured with soy sauce. Served with chicken, beef, pork or fish.

2. Shio Ramen (Salt). $4.50.
A clear and heavily salted broth. Served with chicken or pork.

3. Miso Ramen (Soybean Paste). $4.50.
A thick, rich broth made using fermented soybean paste. It includes Karanegi (shredded leeks mixed with chili oil). Served with chicken or pork.

4. Tonkotsu Ramen (Pork Bone). $4.50.
A rich broth made by boiling down pork bones. Includes chicken broth and pork fat. Served with pork.

5. Asahikawa Ramen (Soy Sauce). $4.50.
A ramen dish from the Asahikawa region, it is known for its distinctive oily soy sauce broth and thin, hard, wavy ramen noodles. Served with pork or chicken.

6. Hakata Ramen (Pork Bone) $4.50.
The defining feature of this ramen from Fukuoka City is its thick and creamy pork bone broth. Ours includes some extra pork fat and plenty of Chashu, and is served just with pork. Traditionally served with al dente noodles, we will cook it to your desired firmness.

7. Tokyo Ramen (Soy Sauce) $4.50.
A regional dish from the Tokyo area, it is one of the most popular kinds of Shoyu ramen. It has wavy noodles and a soy sauce broth flavoured with dashi fish stock. Served with chicken, pork or fish.

8. Balestrian Noodles (Tomato Ketchup) $4.50.
A specialty ramen dish from our NationStates friends in the Nation of Balestria, this straightforward but flavourful dish combines ramen noodles with tomato ketchup and bits of bread. An aquired taste, best enjoyed alongside a glass of fox milk. Certain other sauces can be requested instead of or in addition to tomato ketcup on request.

9. Sapporo Ramen (Soybean Paste) $5.00.
This regional variant of Miso ramen includes extra thick noodles and adds butter and sweetcorn as toppings. Served with pork, fish, squid or crab.

10. Kitakata Ramen (Soy Sauce) $5.00.
Hailing from the Kitakata region, this dish includes a light soy sauce broth flavoured with pork bones, chicken stock and dried sardines. The extra chewy noodles are wide, flat and wavy. Served with pork or chicken.

11. Onomichi Ramen (Soy Sauce) $8.50.
From the Onomichi region, this dish also has a soy sauce broth flavoured with dashi fish stock. However in Onomichi the stock is usually made from locally caught seafood. The closest thing we have here are those tentacles that creep over from the edge of reality, so ours is made from that. The broth also includes pork fat. The noodles are thin, straight and firm. Served with pork or extra tentacles.

Soba Noodles

These thick buckwheat noodles are served both hot and cold. The base of all these dishes is mentsuyu sauce, a combination of soup stock, soy sauce, mirin, bonito flakes and sake. It is served either as tsuketsuyu (a concentrated version used as a dipping sauce, usually cold) or kaketsuyu (a hot, more diluted version used to make a clear broth for soups).

12. Mori Soba (Cold) $2.50.
These cold soba noodles are served plain on a bamboo plate with a bowl of tsuketsuyu served on the side.

13. Zaru Soba (Cold) $3.00.
These cold soba noodles are served with shredded Nori Seaweed on top and a bowl of tsuketsuyu served on the side.

14. Kake Soba (Hot) $4.50.
Soba noodles, green onions, spinach and kombu (dried kelp) in a kaketsuyu broth.

15. Kitsune Soba (Hot/Cold) $4.50.
Soba noodles, sliced shiitake mushrooms, bean sprouts and two small slices of aburaage (thin sheets of fried tofu) in a vegetable broth. Gluten Free.

16. Tanuki Soba (Hot/Cold) $4.50.
Soba noodles, sliced shiitake mushrooms, green onions and crunchy pieces of fried tempura batter in a kaketsuyu broth.

17. Tempura Soba (Hot/Cold) $5.50/$6.50.
The cold version sees soba noodles served on a bamboo plate alongside a selection of tempura (deep fried seafood and vegetables). The hot version is soba noodles and tempura in a kaketsuyu broth. Pick 3 of the following tempura options for $5.50 or 4 for $6.50: Shrimp, Japanese Whiting (fish), Goby, Eggplant, Shiitake mushrooms, Maitake mushrooms, Shiso leaves, Japanese Pumpkin.

18. Tsukimi Soba (Hot) $4.50.
Soba noodles, bean sprouts and green onions served in a kaketsuyu broth with an egg cracked on top.

19. Tororo Soba (Hot/Cold) $4.50/$3.00.
Tororo a sticky paste made from grating a Nagaimo (Mountain Yam). Cold tororo soba sees cold soba noodles served on a bamboo plate, alongside a bowl of tororo for dipping/pouring. Hot tororo is soba noodles and tororo served in a kaketsuyu broth with green onions, bean sprouts and a raw egg.

20. Sansai Soba (Hot) $4.50.
Soba noodles, spinach and a variety of crisp mountain vegetables served in kaketsuyu broth.

21. Nanban Soba (Hot) $4.50.
Soba noodles, leek and bean sprouts in kaketsuyu broth. Served with either chicken or duck.

Udon Noodles

Thick wheat noodles served hot or cold.

22. Zaru Udon (Cold) $3.00.
These cold udon noodles are served with shredded Nori Seaweed on top and a tsuketsuyu dipping sauce on the side.

23. Kake Udon (Hot) $3.50.
Udon noodles served in a kakejiru broth and topped with green onion. Kakejiru broth is a combination of soy sauce, mirin and dashi fish stock.

24. Kamaage Udon (Hot/Cold) $3.50.
Udon noodles served in a bamboo bowl alongside a tsuketsuyu dipping sauce and green onions and ginger. The hot version sees both the noodles and the sauce heated up.

25. Tanuki Udon (Hot/Cold) $4.50.
Udon noodles, sliced shiitake mushrooms, green onions and crunchy pieces of fried tempura batter in a kaketsuyu broth.

26. Kitsune Udon (Hot/Cold) $4.50.
Udon noodles, sliced shiitake mushrooms, bean sprouts and two small slices of aburaage (thin sheets of fried tofu) in a kaketsuyu broth.

27. Tsukimi Udon (Hot) $4.50.
Udon noodles, bean sprouts and green onions served in a kaketsuyu broth with an egg cracked on top.

28. Tempura Udon (Hot/Cold) $5.50/$6.50.
The cold version sees udon noodles served on a bamboo plate alongside a selection of tempura (deep fried seafood and vegetables). The hot version is udon noodles and tempura in a kaketsuyu broth. Pick 3 of the following tempura options for $5.50 or 4 for $6.50: Shrimp, Japanese Whiting (fish), Goby, Eggplant, Shiitake mushrooms, Maitake mushrooms, Shiso leaves, Japanese Pumpkin.

29. Curry Udon (Hot) $4.50.
Udon noodles served in a bowl of Japanese chicken curry.

30. Chikara Udon (Hot) $4.50.
Udon noodles, bean sprouts and green onions served in a kaketsuyu broth with a Japanese rice cake and a bit of dashi fish stock.

31. Nabeyaki Udon (Hot) $7.50.
Essentially a noodle hotpot. Udon noodles, bean sprouts, green onions, sliced shiitake mushrooms, carrot, Japanese Whiting, egg and shrimp tempura served in a kaketsuyu broth.

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