The wildly successful ramen pop-up, Ramen Gaijin, gets a permanent home at the former Forchetta kitchen in Sebastopol starting later this month (we hope).
The noodle fest is slated to be open four days a week (Wednesday through Saturday) for lunch and dinner. The rotating menu, according to co-founding chef Matthew Williams, will include a rotating menu of ramens, Japanese donburi, sashimi, okonomiyaki and yakitori made in-house with plenty of SoCo produce and meats. We’re already lining up.
Stay tuned for opening dates. P.S. Asian fusion restaurant, Bastoni, will still be operating in the 6948 Sebastopol space.
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Looking forward to the new culinary venture. The food, no doubt will be top notch.
Okonomikaki too!!??? YUM!