Strings Ramen's flagship Chinatown location celebrates five-years, since introducing its signature bowls of steaming ramen and secret-recipe homemade noodles.
From Tonkotsu Ramen, featuring creamy, 48-hour slow simmered pork bone broth, topped with Berkshire pork belly, to its spicy Hell Ramen, available in 5 levels of increasing heat.
Under the direction of executive chef Katie Dong, Strings' menu has expanded to also include a line-up of appetizers, yakisoba, sashimi and meat rice bowls, maze soba and more. In 2017, Strings opened a second location in Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood, at 919 West Belmont Avenue, and in 2018, a Madison, Wisconsin outpost, at 311 North Frances Street.
To celebrate the 5-year milestone, Strings Ramen's Chinatown location is offering traditional Japanese Fukubukuro, a $5.99 "Lucky Bag," featuring a reusable tote grab bag, filled with swag, including LED light-up chopsticks, secret coupons and chance to score gift cards and prizes, available though February 28, or while supplies last.