It’s a simple combination of meat, broth, and noodles that has had the world spinning for the past few years, and ramen’s popularity isn’t expected to slow down anytime soon.
The full combination of salt and spices, ramen is the perfect winter warmer and now popular purveyors of the Japanese noodle soup, Hin’s Ramen House, has opened its second restaurant in the eastern suburb of Royston Park.
Operating with the warm and cozy ambience of its first restaurant in Glenelg, Hin’s Ramen House was created to transport its customers through the doors and straight to Japan.
“Our two stores are quite small and intimate, and we want you to have the full Japanese experience when you visit,” says co-founder Elaine Yuchen Zhang.
“Eating at our restaurants is a complete experience, from the food to the feel and even the customer service.”
Speaking of customer service, Elaine and her team treat their guests as part of the family and a look around the Glenelg store shows the special place everyone holds. Pictures of happy, smiling faces dot the four walls, and Elaine remembers each one.
“Our customers create our story each time they visit us, so we have a camera available to capture the moment and watching them rekindles the memory of their visit and the bonds we have all developed.”
To accompany the new location, Hin’s is also releasing a new menu, with the change emphasizing the restaurant’s commitment to tradition. The small but perfectly curated menu of four ramen with two different soup bases will now be accompanied by a selection of tasty new starters
“Our primary focus has always been and always will be ramen broth,” says Elaine.
“We’ve reduced our ramen menu so we can really focus on quality. All of our broths are homemade and slow cooked between 10am and 2pm to get the most out of the ingredients and everything is fresh daily.
New entree additions include the popular chicken karagge and salt and pepper squid tentacles which Elaine says are “always a crowd favourite” and the emphasis on traditional Japanese curry, or Don Buri, is also noticeable with five delicious variations to choose from.
So why not take you and your taste buds on a mini trip to Japan with a little visit to Hin’s.
Hin’s Ramen House is located at 299 Payneham Rd, Royston Park SA 5070.
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