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August 8, 2018

Goma Tei Ramen Rolls Out Exclusive New-dles at Its Restaurants This Summer

Goma Tei Ramen introduced several new menu items including a new recipe and machine used to create their ramen and udon noodles, as well as two new beverages— a milk tea and lemon iced tea.

“We are constantly looking for ways to improve our trademark dish—our ramen. This new machine and recipe will allow us to serve a smooth, al dente, and delicious ramen noodle that better carries the flavor of our broth and which true ramen connoisseurs will immediately notice and appreciate,” said Kenneth Siu, Goma Tei Ramen owner. “We have been working with engineers in Japan for several months to create these machines specifically for Goma Tei Ramen and believe that all this hard work will be well worth it once our guests experience the new noodles for themselves.”

The restaurant’s noodles will now be made from a special machine engineered and designed exclusively for Goma Tei Ramen. Each machine was built in Sanuki, Japan and can mix flour and cut noodles to Goma Tei Ramen’s exact specifications.

Goma Tei Ramen’s new noodles will also incorporate a special flour shipped from Kagawa, Japan and specifically formulated for the restaurant to achieve a unique texture and smoothness.

Noodles will be made fresh in house, using the new machine and recipe, daily and available at all locations. This September the company hopes to introduce new specialty noodle - such as shitake mushroom, porcini mushroom, tomato, spinach, shrimp, hotate (dried scallop), and truffle – during its first ever Noodle Festival.

Goma Tei also debuted a new Lemon Iced Tea ($4.99) on its menu made with a blend of four different tea leaves, fresh lemons, and fresh cane sugar with floral essence. The restaurant also now serves a Milk Tea ($4.99) made from a blend of eight different tea leaves, each carefully selected and some grown locally in Hawaii. The sugar used in the milk tea is prepared with 100 percent cane sugar infused with jasmine floral aroma and evaporated milk added to enhance the flavor.

Right now, both beverages are only available at Goma Tei Ramen’s Kahala Mall and International Market Place locations. For a limited time both beverages are available for $3.99 with the purchase of one regular entrĂ©e.

For more information visit www.gomatei.com/.

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