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Vegetable ramen

Japan is an island nation with little history of immigration. In contrast to much of Europe and the United States, it is not home to people from a variety of different ethnic and religious backgrounds. Nearly all Western ramen shops offer a vegetable variant. In light of our mission to promote the distinctive Japanese culinary phenomenon of ramen on the global stage, we want to ensure that ramen served around the world is more authentic to the Japanese original. To this end, we propose a "global standard ramen" model designed to promote consistency of flavor throughout the world.
The following vegetable ramen dishes are prepared in the traditional vegetarian culinary style of Japan.


Please note: The information below is presented for the benefit of vegetarians, and does not extend to allergy warnings.




Recommended vegetable ramen dishes

Note: The following dishes are not Halal certified.

Ryu-Shanhai Honten

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Vegetarian ramen ¥930

A simple dish of shiitake mushrooms and kombu seaweed in a broth made from fresh miso flavored with sesame oil, served with salty miso paste

RYUS NOODLE BAR

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Vegetarian Miso Potage ramen (Limited quantity) ¥1,000

The broth is made from cauliflower and potato with Japanese dashi & soy milk, flavored with 4 kinds of miso sauce. Topped with roasted tomato and seasonal vegetables.

Recommended vegetable ramen dishes

• This information is intended for vegetarian consumers, and does not extend to allergy warnings.
• No distinction is made between restaurants, kitchens and crockery.
• None of the restaurants listed above employ Muslim chefs.
• None of the dishes listed above are made with alcohol; however fermentation of soy sauce and miso can generate alcohol components in certain circumstances.
• The restaurants listed above serve alcohol.



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