Fast food chain Lotteria has brought us some unusual burgers in the past. But none will compare to their next creation: the ramen burger. It’s a historical first for the franchise, and they’re going all out with the offering, developing the recipe with famous noodle restaurant chain Menya Musashi, and including special details like disposable chopsticks, soup, and an option for kaedama (a second serving of noodles), just like the ones you get at an authentic noodle joint.
On sale for a limited time, from May 20 until mid-June this year, the Menya Musashi Ramen Burger has a lightly grilled noodle patty, topped with mayonnaise and chāshū, a tender roast pork fillet that’s often added to noodle dishes. Every burger purchase comes with disposable wooden chopsticks and a katsuo dashi (bonito fish stock) soup. You can also order up another serving of noodles, just like you would at a ramen restaurant, only here it’ll be in patty form!
The Menya Musashi Ramen Burger will be on sale for 634 yen (US$6.41), including soup. Extra noodle servings will be 100 yen each.
Source: IT Media