How to enjoy st Patrick’s day at a ramen Shop?
Happy st Patrick’s day
Finally, tomorrow is Saint Patrick’s Day.
Today, I would like to introduce how to enjoy St. Patrick’s Day with ramen RAIJIN.
In ramen RAIJIN, there is no green? Some people think that, but it’s not.
There is green properly.
Even Japanese ramen shops have a lot of green ingredients and foods.
A typical example is edamame.
Today, it’s so common that you can find frozen edamame in any supermarket. If you put edamame in hot water, defrost it, and sprinkle it with salt, it becomes a fine side dish.
Can’t you make ramen green?
Even if St. Patrick’s Day ramen is not found, you can customize your own St. Patrick’s Day ramen style.
The item to use is green onion.
If you order about 2 green onions for topping and put them on top of the ramen you ordered, St. Patrick’s Day ramen is ready.
So easy, right?
And the dessert is kusa mochi.
It is no exaggeration to say that this all-green kusa mochi is meant to be eaten on St. Patrick’s Day.
And the taste is Japanese gentle sweetness, and the red bean paste inside is a dessert unique to Japan.
If you really want to enjoy the atmosphere of St. Patrick’s Day, please drink at the bar VOLO opposite ramen RAIJIN or the Irish bar around Wellesley Station.
You can enjoy St. Patrick’s Day at ramen RAIJIN, right?
It’s sure to be the best St. Patrick’s Day ever!
Enjoy your St. Patrick’s Day tomorrow.
24 Wellesley St. West Rear
☎️ (647) 348-0667
Click HERE for online reservations.
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