A new restaurant named Ramen Hakata will be opening soon in Addison. Now, one can enjoy traditional Japanese ramen
in Dallas. The history of Ramen Hakata begins in Dallas in July 2014. We, Ramen Hakata, are very excited to serve
our genuine Japanese traditional ramen for people who have longed for it. Raman Hakata features a unique type of ramen
otherwise known as Tonkotsu Ramen, which began in the Hakata district
in the city of Fukuoka, Japan.It is typically sold via food stands called "Yatai," which can openly
seat seven to eight people in an outdoor atmosphere. Tonkotsu Ramen is widely reguarded as one of Japan’s top three styles of ramen.
The ramen features a rich broth, made by simmering high quality pork bones for at least 12 hours over high heat. This method of cooking releases bone marrow into the broth, giving the broth its milky white appearance and gelatinous characteristics. Skinny ramen noodles flown in fresh from California will accompany the rich broth. A variety of toppings such as Chashu pork, soft boiled egg, mushrooms, and more are prepared with care every day.