RAMENCADO owner has graduated from Yamato Noodle School in Singapore, where he learned how to make and cook a wide variety of ramen noodles and soups. Back to his native Germany, he now proudly offers his customers such staples of ramen cuisine as miso, tonkotsu, shio, as well as many different types of ramen dishes he developed and perfected himself.
SHIO RAMEN (USA) Shop Name Shio Ramen Address 3605 Broadway Kansas City, MO 64111, USA Site Address https://shioramenshop.com/ I had began my quest of learning how to make ramen by way of cook books, and any info I could find. I was hard pressed to find stuff 8 years ago. David Chang’s Momofuku cook book was the first big break I got for recipes and what ramen truly was. Then I found Ivan Orkin’s book. Another huge break through of knowledge and passion about ramen. It was in his book where I learned about the Yamato Noodle School and Yamato noodle machines. I took to google, and I can’t really remember how or where but eventually I was in contact with team Yamato. At that point I was using an Italian table top hand crank pasta machine. I would have to make my dough so wet to get it work. Anyways, Yamato invited me to the workshop in L.A. which I jumped on and even came back for a second visit to see the machine and the opportunity to meet Mr. Fujii. What I learned in these classes was GROUNDBREAKING for me. The science, the ratios, the different types of ramen noodles, the history. It was a giant turning point in my pursuit of opening my own ramen shop. Now, […]
RAMEN TO BíIRU (Denmark) Shop Name RAMEN TO BíIRU Address Enghavevej 58, 1674 København V, Denmark Site Address http://ramentobiiru.dk/ Hello, friends. Hej! Konnichi wa! We are “Ramen to Bíiru” from Copenhagen, Denmark. “Ramen to Bíiru” began as a collaboration project between a craft beer producer Mikkeller and a Japanese restaurant Bento. It’s a cosy and welcoming place where you can enjoy both ramen noodles made by our trusted Japanese chef, and a globally renowned Danish craft beer. As of July 2018, patrons of our restaurant can choose from 14 different kinds of ramen, with the miso-base one being in highest demand. In “Ramen to Bíiru” we self-produce noodles on a Yamato-made LM10062ICE type machine using locally sourced flour. When we just started our project we had no prior experience in noodle-making, but team Yamato’s earnest efforts to help us with basic recipes and teaching materials in English, and prompt answers to our email questions convinced us we can work with them. At first, we did have our share of anxiety about relying on a company half a globe away, but in hindsight, we are happy to have chosen Yamato products and services. Our multinational staff can vouch that noodle-making machines from Yamato are the easiest to use, and yet the most reliable, allowing us to make about 400 servings a […]
U:DON Shop Name U:DON Address 4515 University Way Northeast Seattle, WA 98105 U.S.A. Site Address https://freshudon.com/ Serving authentic udon noodles in the heart of America At the beginning I was thinking of opening a ramen shop in my native America. But during my trip to Japan I came across a famous self-service udon restaurant, and it just dawned on me – that must be IT! I asked what equipment they used – and that’s how I learned about Yamato. Then I made my mind to join their Udon School. You know, we, Americans, love to look at how masters of their trade work and do their job, so I thought that a self-service udon restaurant would be a sure success in the US, and I really got passionate about bringing American customers real authentic udon just like the one you’d have in Japan. After graduating from Yamato Udon School I opened my own shop in Seattle, where I am focusing on quality, and though slowly as it might be I am getting more and more customers, and earning more and more of their support. It is a place with many students around, and I try to ensure my products offer my patrons something of real value. contact us now!