Address: 5808 Spring Mountain Road, #109
Status: Open during the week from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. and on Saturday and Sunday from noon to 10 p.m.
Now open with a limited early menu at the Mountain Point Business Park on Spring Mountain, Ramen Hashi has debuted a short walk from Hobak Korean BBQ, the pioneering restaurant tenant at this mixed use center.
The thin 1,301-square-foot restaurant specializes in Tokyo-style ramen, all made from scratch and customers can watch the process inside the open kitchen.
During the initial days of service, customers can choose between four choices of ramen, all priced at $9, on the current limited menu. Shio (salt) or shoyu (soy) dishes are both created with a chicken-based broth, the tonkotsu with a pork-based broth and the chashu don features braised pork with shredded seaweed and egg over rice. Extra toppings include $1 selections of bamboo, seaweed, and tamago. Japanese beers are $4 and the restaurant also serves imported Japanese soda, Calpico.
Also on its way to the business park, a 2,015-square-foot space for Taiwan’s bubble tea specialists Chatime, under construction next door to Ramen Hashi and two doors down from Hobak. Cafe Gabi will fill 2,944 square feet with a whimsically designed bakery and coffee shop featuring a “greenhouse roasting room.”
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