Tonkotsu Ramen
豚骨ラーメン

Originated in Fukuoka in the 1940s, Tonkotsu is a type of noodle soup made by simmering pork bones for many hours until the collagen and marrow are extracted, resulting in a thick and flavorful soup. In Japan, there are regional variations of Tonkotsu Ramen, each with their unique twist on the classic recipe. For example, some versions may include black garlic oil or miso paste in the broth. Additionally, it's common for diners to customize their Tonkotsu Ramen with various toppings, spice levels, and noodle textures. Now’s your turn!

This meal kit includes a soft boiled egg, two Tonkotsu broth packs and two servings of Ramen noodles.

Noodles

Made with precision and passion locally in Vancouver, BC, these thin straight strands boast a delightful chewy texture that effortlessly absorbs the robust flavors of our carefully crafted broths, delivering an authentic and satisfying ramen experience that will leave you craving more.

Broth

With a foundation of rich pork extract, every spoonful delivers a symphony of flavors. A delicate balance of sesame seed essence enhances the umami notes, while the inclusion of garlic powder and white pepper adds depth and complexity. The result is a luxuriously thick and velvety broth that captivates the senses.

Toppings

Cut the soft boiled egg in half and place it on top of the ramen once it's ready.


Loosen ramen and add it into 1 L of boiling water.
Cook for 2-3 mins. Strain and rest it in a bowl.

Add the broth pack and 1 cup of water in the pot until boiling.
Add any vegetable and protein in your own portion.

Pour the boiling soup into the bowl with ramen.
Slice marinated egg. Ready to enjoy!