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Jinya Ramen Bar Brings Authentic Japanese Cuisine to the Metroplex

Dec 20, 2017 10:46AM ● By Ashley Madonna

Looking for a new place to grab a great bowl of ramen? Next year, Jinya Ramen Bar will open their first location in the area in the Water Street development in Irving. 

You won’t find more authentic ramen than when you dine at Jinya. They know the real key to great bowls doesn’t come from the noodles. It comes from the broth. So they spend the time ensuring their stocks are slowly simmered to build rich flavors that will make your mouth water. But, don’t worry. They still take time to create delicious noodles and top each bowl with fresh products. Each dish is like a trip across the globe to the restaurant owner’s home.

Tomonori Takahashi, the owner, grew up watching his father run his own traditional Japanese restaurant in Ehime, Japan. He then went on to open his own place in central Tokyo, which eventually led him to opening up six other restaurants in the area in the next seven years. After spending years sharing his father’s legacy through Tomonori’s craft, knowledge and passion for Japanese cuisine, he ventured across the world to open up the first Jinya Ramen Bar in America in California.

After making that jump, the rest was history. The group now has locations spread all across the country and is continuing to grow. There are currently has six Jinya locations in Texas, but this is their first venture in the Metroplex. The other ramen bars are located in Houston and Austin.

So get ready to enjoy delicious, fresh noodles served with top-grade meats and beautiful broths.