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Ramen take over!

You may have noticed in the last few years a growing popularity in Ramen Noodle styled restaurants. Consumers can’t seem to get enough of the Japanese soup dish, consisting of Chinese-style wheat noodles served in a meat- or fish-based broth, often flavored with soy sauce, miso and topped with sliced pork, dried seaweed, and green onions. Other cultures, such as Vietnamese Restaurants serve similar dishes, called pho. These large bowls of broth and noodles are typically served with basil, bean sprouts and topped with sriracha sauce.

By and large, most concurs in pho/ramen restaurants have been first and second generation Vietnamese, with a handful of American foodies trying the delectable meal and loving it. Suddenly in the 2000’s buzz on the internet about pho become so strong that is become a “new discovery” by many Americans look for new tastes that was easy, inexpensive and delicious. Consumers loved taking photos of the oversized bowls of soup.

It has been fifteen years sense the buzz truly stared and the tasty noodle soup has truly taken on a life of its on. People still can’t seem get enough and the restauranteurs who are able to offer authentic pho/ramen can absolutely make a decent profit and expand their bottom line with no problem at all.

So what’s the bottom line? Why shouldn’t everyone who can cook open there own pho/ramen restaurant? It’s simple, this dish and style of food is becoming increasingly popular to the point that it is too popular. As we all know popularity and hype of any restaurant can die as quickly as it can start. This being said it it is crucial that restaurants offering these food items to keep to the basics and stay to true to the original cooking/ serving styles of the dish.

As in any authentic cultural food, it is important to learn how to properly cook and serve the food. There are numerous websites where you can find traditional cooking styles, recipes and cooking styles. One we truly love is lovingpho, a resourceful page that will help soup lovers and entrepreneurs alike.

We look forward to seeing others find that they love this sensational dish as much as we do. So go out there try ramen/ pho and see if it may be a dish that would fit your restaurants brand!

 

2017-06-07 00:00:00
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