Tonkotsu restaurant is NOW open: try a ramen dish for £5!
Ramen restaurant chain Tonkotsu has just opened its doors (21st September 2019) to its new restaurant in Peckham. The 50 cover restaurant has opened within the newly built Market Peckham - a co-working space, alongside Forza Wine, a new rooftop bar from the team behind Forza Win.
Tonkotsu Peckham which features an open kitchen and bar, and wall murals designed and hand-painted by freelance artist and muralist, Mr Christa serves a menu which includes their signature homemade noodle ramens, gyozas and Japanese appetisers, alongside a selection of craft beer, sake and cocktails.
To celebrate their Peckham launch, Tonkotsu is inviting you down to try their serving bowls of ramen and hiyashi to hungry noodle-lovers for just £5.
Both dishes are served with their homemade noodles. Their fresh noodles are made using mid-century noodle-making machines imported from Japan and are cooked for exactly 32 seconds – which apparently is the perfect time for a medium bite.
Stephen Evans, Tonkotsu’s Managing Director, said, “Peckham, with its rich cultural history and diverse mix of creatives and makers is a perfect place for our real ramen. We are thrilled to be part of the Market workspace, in the heart of Peckham.”
Go check it out!
£5 offer is available from Saturday 21st September until Sunday 6th October.
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