Ramen Arashi Victoria, a Japanese Ramen restaurant, has launched cold salad ramen in a cup for its guests this summer.

The Canadian restaurant brand noted that its new meal offering comprises noodles, vegetables and protein and all other ingredients required for a ramen salad.

Ramen Arashi owner Allan Nichols said: “We are thrilled to be the first ramen shop in North America to offer this cold salad ramen in a cup. As the summer approaches and weather turns warm, a cold ramen is an excellent option for both take out and dine in.

“We are so excited to launch this innovative product. At Ramen Arashi we strive to bring our guests something unique and delicious. To be able to share this with Victoria ramen lovers, makes us very proud.”

The Japanese restaurant noted that the cold salad ramen will be available at its newest location in Victoria, British Columbia (BC).

It added that the customers will have the option to select either vegetarian or non-vegetarian options.

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The salad ramen will be launched in Victoria first and, and based on the response from its customers, the company plans to roll out to its other restaurant locations.

Ramen Arashi was established in 2017, and since then the restaurant brand has expanded its footprint in the region.

Currently, it operates three restaurants, which are located in Banff, Canmore, and Victoria, BC.

It also added that a new restaurant is presently being developed in Kelowna, Canada. The brand looks to bring the traditional techniques of Japanese cuisine and flavours to Canada.