Birmingham is certainly becoming a much more interesting place to live for veggie friendly dining. Though not fully vegetarian Tonkotsu has a decent amount of options in store.
Tonkotsu is one of London’s best-loved Ramen bars and it opened a restaurant in Selfridges in Birmingham’s Bullring on 5th September.
Its the first Tonkotsu outside the capital and the team is very happy to be partnering again with Selfridges after becoming a popular choice for shoppers in the Oxford Street store.
Ramen is a Japanese noodle dish containing stock – usually pork and chicken – with a special wheat noodle and toppings including marinated egg, slices of pork, wakame seaweed and bean shoots.
Cold noodle salad served with refreshing sesame ponzu dressing.
Shimej and Shitake Mushroom Hiyashi Ramen £9.50
Miso of Shimaj- Mushroom ramen
(Rich kanbu and Shitake stuck with miso base and classic homemade noodles)
Bean sprouts, bamboo shoots and mangetout topped with seasoned egg Shimaj and Shitake. £11.00
Veg Katsu curry: Sweet potato, courgette and aubergine Katsu. £8.75
Shitake and bamboo shoot £5.75
Such as Tenderstem Brocolli, Edamame beans, Japanese Pickled cucumber, Homemade kimchee.
Tomatsu is proud to make all its noodles in-house thanks to their bespoke noodle machine, giving a fresh, springy noodle.
Tonkotsu is the name of the richest, porkiest ramen dish – serves a variety of completely authentic, delicious, short-menu ramen with various starters, sides, artisan Japanese beers and whiskies to complete the menu.
In addition Tonkotsu Birmingham will serve katsu curry, perfect for a mid-shop pit stop. Japanese and British lagers and ales will be on offer along with house cocktails and wines. All dishes will be available to take away.
Tonkotsu is a group of six London restaurants, including Selfridges Oxford Street Foodhall, serving ramen with homemade noodles in slow-cooked broths, along with craft beers and cocktails. For locations, check out http://www.tonkotsu.co.uk/
Business partners and friends Kensuke and Emma opened Tonkotsu Soho in 2012 after hunting around London for a decent bowl of ramen and not being able to find one. Japan is full of ramen-ya and there are plenty in New York and over the world, so why not in London? Ken and Emma believe in keeping things simple, having a few dishes done very well and serve cocktails, Japanese and British beers and a couple of great wines.
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All images courtesy of Tonkatsu.
2 thoughts on “Get ready for Ramen at Selfridges, Birmingham. ”
Oh Man! I’m mad about Ramen. Will have to try it out the next time I am there. I am just in complete awe of how Brum has become such a foodie destination. Cheers
It is indeed. The choices of food are the best ever and things are changing even now fast. For veggies and vegans as well, it’s a fabulous choice and variety of food and cuisines.