Shoryu Ramen releases food kit delivery dates

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Shoryu is a UK-leading fast-casual ramen bar specialising in high quality, authentic Hakata tonkotsu ramen.

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Shoryu Ramen has introduced a special gift for fans of authentic Japanese cuisine this Christmas, with its DIY Shoryu Kit, available for delivery during the festive period. 

The restaurant franchise is helping its customers recreate their favourite dishes at home. Its food kits include a range of ingredients, plus step-by-step instructions explaining the cooking process. Shoryu Ramen releases its popular kits twice a week, with delivery slots available on Wednesdays and Fridays, which can be booked up to two weeks ahead of time. 

To celebrate the international Black Friday sales, Shoryu Ramen is giving costumes a 20 percent discount on all ramen kits bought between the 27th and 30th November. Just use the code BLACKFRIDAY when booking to access the deal. 

Each box includes a variety of different ingredients, which can be used to make the franchise’s famous Ganso Ramen. Customers will receive 12-hour tonkotsu soup, original ramen noodles, char siu BBQ pork belly and beni shoga red ginger. Shoryu Ramen even includes spring onion and kikurage mushroom to garnish your dish. 

Customers following plant-based diets don’t have to miss out; the franchise has also created a vegan meal kit to make its White Natural Ramen dish. The box includes tonyu vegan broth, miso, konbu and shiitake mushroom, as well as ramen noodles, atsuage fried tofu and bamboo shoots. 

With all the ingredients to make two different delicious meals, customers will be able to enjoy the festive season with a taste of authentic Asian cuisine from Shoryu Ramen. Each kit costs £20 and serves two people. While you have to book your delivery date to get your hands on a meal box, the DIY kits can be kept for up to a month in the freezer, so should take customers right through the Christmas period.

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