“My type is West Coast Japanese,” said Richard Kinton, owner of Kurotaka Ramen.
Black high means black hawk.
Kington’s passion is ramen and his cooking is known to be authentic.
“The magic is in the soup. The soup definitely makes it special,” said Michael Yukimoto.
Members of the Fresno Church in Japan advised Kinton to expose Fresno to his work when he heard that the pandemic was influencing his business in the north.
“His business was very strong in the Bay Area, but due to the closure of the business, most of his clients were tech-savvy businesses like the Internet and all customers had to close. All his customers are gone, “said Yukimoto.
As a result, Kurotaka entered the Fresno market and rumors about all the unique dishes began to spread.
“It’s based on Kurotaka ramen. The soup is really special. It’s a Western-style soup from Osaka. It’s all made from scratch. It takes about two days to make, so the owner Richard is proud. Soup.” It was.
According to the owner, it takes time to make fresh ramen on a food truck. They also offer fried chicken and say they are grateful to the gourmets for trying out the menu.
“This temperature is great, but people are still buying. I like the people of Fresno,” Kinton said.
A hot work that fascinates fans with the taste of Fresno.
You can try some of this unique food. Kurotaka Ramen goes out at Simony Farm on Friday and at Sierra Vista Mall in Clovis on Saturday.
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