New Japanese cafe opens in Parker Square.
A new Japanese cafe in Parker Square is supplying an approachable Japanese-American fusion menu in a everyday atmosphere.
Taki Ramen is operated by co-owners Chris Kang and Injun Shim.
The word, taki, in Japanese, signifies waterfall.
The tiny eatery has an open up kitchen and dining area with attractive wood accents and clean lines.
The owners say their aim is to make Japanese/Korean meals economical, approachable and pleasing in a relaxed ambiance. They claimed other Japanese-design eating in town can be highly-priced and far more formal.
Shim stated that persons who think they don’t like ramen or Korean design food may well have only had the a lot more standard style located in DFW or Oklahoma City.
“I assume, that due to the fact our store is the very first ramen retail outlet in this town, we just invented some variety of menu which is an less difficult method to our Japanese and ramen and Korean food stuff. We invented the Taki Ramen which is Japanese ramen with brisket – American food items,” reported Kang.
The menu features Japanese-style fries which prime French fries with okinomi sauce, mayo and dried bonito or tuna flakes.
Other ramen offerings incorporate gluten-totally free noodles, pork, tofu, vegetarian and kimchi.
For far more information and facts, examine out the Taki Ramen Facebook webpage.