An eastside retail center will soon add to its eclectic collection of casual dining choices and become home to a new destination for Osaka-inspired Japanese dining.
Long in the planning, Ramen 123 is moving into the 2,880-square-foot corner space at The Twain Center, right by the intersection of Twain Avenue and Swenson Street.
The restaurant promotes more than 20 years of experience as well as lunch specials, opening daily from 11.30 a.m. to 11.30 p.m. and opening at 4.30 p.m. on Sundays.
On the future menu, appetizers including stuffed mushrooms and Waygu beef tataki, plus main dishes of shoyu, tonkotsu and miso ramen, and a collection of curry rice creations.
The Twain Center now hosts the Philly Freeze Me Italian ice store, the soul food at Fry Dayz Fish & Wings, Tacos Los Toritos, Borrachos Mexican Restaurant, and the 12-year-old Bagelmania deli.
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