Walnut Creek’s Ramen Hiroshi expands to San Ramon

The freshly made noodles are stretching south.

Five years after becoming the first ramen house in Walnut Creek, Hiroshi Ramen has expanded to a second location, opening for outdoor dining and takeout at City Center Bishop Ranch in San Ramon.

According to co-owner Hiroshi Tun, only organic, free-range chicken, pasteurized Jidori eggs and local produce are used in the restaurants. Berkshire pork belly slices top the signature bowl, tonkotsu. Other offerings include the chicken broth-based shio and shoyu bowls; miso ramen; tantanmen, with spicy ground pork; and during warm weather, hiyashi chuka, with chilled noodles.

Starters include takoyaki (octopus), arabiki (kurobuta) sausage, gyoza, karaage and mizuna salad with plum-shiso dressing. Mochi and green tea cheesecake are offered for dessert. There’s also a sake and Japanese beer lineup.

The inaugural hours at Bishop Ranch will be 5 to 9 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday for both outdoor dining and takeout/delivery.

Details: 6000 Bollinger Canyon Road, San Ramon, and 1633 Bonanza St., Walnut Creek. www.ramenhiroshi.com

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Source:: The Mercury News – Entertainment

      

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