Ramen Burger and Mama Musubi Creates Something Delicious!

Have you ever wondered what would happen if two of the most popular night market vendors got together and created something really good?  


It Happened!!!

One of the most popular vendors 
and longest line at this year's 626 Night Markets.


One of the original 626 Night Market vendors
and IMO the second longest lines at this
year's 626 Night Markets
(behind Ramen Burger).

What happens when Mama Musubi's popular pork belly
is paired with the Original Ramen Burger noodle buns?

If you like Mama Musubi's
pork belly musubi,
you'll like this burger...

Introducing the
Mama Musubi 24 Hour Pork Belly 
Specialty Ramen Burger!
(Limited Time Only)

Mama Musubi's 24 Hour Pork Belly
(Berkshire pork belly) 
served with cucumber pickles,
arugula, onion marmalade, 
and a hoisin karashi mustard sauce
on the famous Ramen Burger noodle buns.

The pork belly is tender (cooked for 24 hrs)
with a sweet mustard sauce that goes
well with the pork, onion marmalade,
arugula, and crunch of the cucumber pickles.

Ramen Burger's L.A. brick & mortar location
is working with local chefs
to create specialty Ramen Burgers.
(be sure to check the board in the window)

This collaboration with Mama Musubi
is available for a limited time only,
through the month of November 2014.

239 S Vermont Ave
(at 3rd Street)
Los Angeles, CA 90004 

Follow Ramen Burger

Available at the Ramen Burger takeout window.

Tuesday - Wednesday:  5p - 12a
Thursday - Friday:  5p - 2a
Saturday:  12p - 2a
Sunday:  12p - 12a
Closed Mondays

Now that the night market season is over,
follow Mama Musubi to find their next event:

It's been a pleasure meeting these folks
and being invited to take a ride with them this year.
They've both invited me into their kitchens
and have had the opportunity to work with them 
and their teams.
I'm looking forward to see what 2015 will bring.
Until then, I'll be enjoying this burger...

Thank You!
Kristie Hang
Carol Kwan
Phillip Kwan
Jeffrey Shimamoto
Keizo Shimamoto
Miho Shimamoto

Photos by Jay Terauchi
Jay Eats Worldwide
©Jay Terauchi


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