Popular ramen go-to, Ippudo, swaps out traditional toppings for Hong Kong-style shrimp wonton on this restricted collaboration with Mak’s Noodle, out there till 7 July.
It’s no secret: this metropolis adores its noodles. In a really thrilling transfer to refresh present noodle choices (see among the metropolis’s greatest right here), Japanese fast-casual ramen chain, Ippudo, enlists homegrown, wonton noodle professional, Mak’s Noodle, within the re-creation of their signature Hakata-style ramen.
The limited-edition menu — out there solely till 7 July — will serve a Shio Wonton Ramen in any respect Ippudo areas, that includes the signature tori niboshi broth that’s been steeped all-day with bonito flakes, dried sardines and konbu (dried sea kelp). Over skinny noodle ribbons are typical toppings — slow-cooked rosu BBQ pork and a mushy boiled egg — adopted by the unfamiliar addition of seared scallop, clams and a handful of Mak’s signature shrimp wontons. If something, this collaborative take is a greater, extra indulgent version that’ll fulfill two cravings of each Japanese and native comforts.
Over at Kowloon Bay’s Metro Tokotsu Base, the quicker, extra informal ramen store impressed by these in Tokyo’s metro stations underneath the Ippudo model, the Ramen Series continues with a Shio Tonkotsu Wonton Ramen. Rolled out with barely thicker noodles, they’re dipped in Ippudo’s wealthy tonkotsu broth topped with Maki Bara BBQ Pork, spinach, Narutomaki (cured fish surumi), scallion and, after all, a few Mak’s home made wontons.
Ippudo x Mak’s Noodle Ramen Series is on the market at Ippudo areas throughout the town till 7 July.
Ippudo, numerous areas together with Shop 1403, 14/F, Hysan Place, Lee Gardens, 500 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, +852 2892 2387