The most ramnosed ramen restaurant in the world is coming to New York City, and the city has taken note.
In a move that could spark a whole new food revolution, the city is hosting the first-ever ramen chain to open in New York, Ramen Noodle, on September 8.
Noodles made with soy sauce and garlic, along with broth and noodles cooked on charcoal-roasted bamboo will be sold for $14.99 a bowl.
The menu includes a bowl of ramen, a bowl filled with a vegetable and some rice noodles, and a bowl topped with a bowl made with a meat dish.
The company is based in Hong Kong, and is owned by Hong Kong-born businessman Yu Mei-chang.
Yu has previously opened ramen restaurants in Tokyo and Tokyo Disneyland.
His company has opened a dozen restaurants in the United States and Canada, according to a recent New York Times profile.
The noodles in the New York restaurant will be sourced from a company that is known for its high-quality noodles.
The restaurant is not the first to open its doors in the U.S., but the first in New Jersey, according, according the Times.
Ramen noodles are often used to prepare noodles with vegetables and sauces like soy sauce, but they’re typically more expensive.
According to the Times, a 10-ounce bowl of noodles costs $14, while a 15-ounce one costs $22.50.
Yu Mei-Chang has also opened a Japanese ramen joint, Fukuoka Ramen, in Tokyo.
That business was sold to another company last year, the Times reports.