Tonkotsu Miso / $12.99
Jumbo Gyoza / $6.95
With a strong emphasis on seafood, Kamei Baru brings dishes featuring the four seasons of Japan. The restaurant is frequented by business visitors from Japan. The interior is decorated with seasonal decorations during holidays and sporting events. As it often happens with Japanese restaurants, if they run out of the daily soup stock, you’ll miss out on the Ramen. Make a reservation, or don’t go too close to their last call.
Message from the restaurant’s manager
Our speciality our the hand-made noodles. Daily quantities are limited, prepared to be a bit disappointed if you come in hungry around last call. Ask our servers what our special and seasonal menus are!
You get the chance to try their Ramen during lunch time and after 9 pm. The soup is dried-seafood and pork-based. The noodles are hand-made by their chefs! They’ve got Tonkotsu Shio, Tonkotsu Miso, and Spicy Tonkotsu. The spicy one had quite a punch to it, and goes great with beer and gyoza on the side. The Tonkotsu miso had a creamy taste, and the Tonkotsu shio had a rich aroma. During lunch time, the Ramen plus gyoza or sushi roll combo is $12.99. The gyoza was juicy and crunchy.
As it often happens with Japanese restaurants, if they run out of the daily soup stock, you’ll miss out on the Ramen. Make a reservation, or don’t go too close to their last call.