Motomachi Shokudo is an eatery based in Vancouver, Canada, that serves a Bamboo-Charcoal Dark Miso Ramen that boasts an all-black base, rather than a clear-colored one. Egg, slices of meat, a sheet of seaweed and a few greens can be found as accompaniments to the unique ramen soup dish, which a menu item that's often photographed for its eye-catching and distinctive dark look.
Just as Motomachi Shokudo makes an all-black soup base with the addition of bamboo charcoal, Squid Ink Black Seafood Cup Noodles is a new instant cup variety in Japan that also features a dark base. Across the food industry, consumers have been seeking out all-black dishes and desserts that are aesthetically different and can pass on the detoxifying benefits from activated charcoal.
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Vancouver's Motomachi Shokudo Serves a Unique Bamboo-Charcoal Ramen
- By: Laura McQuarrieSep 8, 2017