THE ASAHI SHIMBUN
January 29, 2021 at 15:15 JST
Chocolate ramen (Provided by Kourakuen Holdings Corp.)
A ramen chain known for its cheap eats is offering up a romantic dish for couples looking to slurp up something sweet and salty for Valentine’s Day.
Kourakuen Holdings Corp., the company that operates Kourakuen noodle shops, has once again brought back its chocolate ramen Valentine’s special to its menu.
The dish is available at all its restaurants nationwide until Feb. 17, the company said.
The soup is soy-sauce based, infused with cocoa oil, and topped with chocolate and ginger.
The restaurant also serves salt-flavored white chocolate ramen.
Both dishes are priced at 640 yen ($6.10), including taxes.
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