Ramen Yebisu offers Sapporo-style ramen from Hokkaido – Japan’s northernmost island. Yebisu gets its name from a Japanese god of fishermen, which is reflected in the quality seafood ingredients that form this traditional ramen’s flavorful soup base.

Sapporo, the largest city of Hokkaido, is a known popular travel destination as well as one of the best places for foodies, especially for seafood lovers. Also, It is also famous as the birthplace of miso ramen.

Ramen Yebisu brings an brings authentic Sapporo-style ramen to New York City by combining traditional seafood ingredients with a chewy, thicker-style noodle that is typical of Sapporo ramen. The combination of the freshest vegetables and seafood in the a flavorful soup broth gives Ramen Yebisu a light and subtly complex taste versus the more common Hakata-style (pork) ramen. Each sip of the broth is reminiscent of Hokkaido and the traditional ingredients used in this part of Japan.

If you want to experience true Sapporo-style ramen without leaving New York City, Ramen Yebisu has created a unique occasion for both the novice and experienced ramen lover.

$$ (5-15)

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