Kanji Noodle Bar is expanding its business with a brand new ramen shop that will open up in the Ellisburg Circle Shopping Center on Route 70 in Cherry Hill. This new location is taking over the space previously occupied by Halt Pizzeria, which was short-lived in the shopping center.
Ramen soup fans should love this news! It marks Kanji Noodle Bar’s first time it will introduce its popular ramen noodle soup concept to Camden County. The restaurant already has a location in Delran, Burlington County, where it shares space with Crab Du Jour.
Customers can expect the same high-quality ingredients and authentic flavors that have made Kanji Noodle Bar a popular dining destination in Piscataway, NJ, which opened last December. Kanji promises a one-of-a-kind Japanese dining experience in Cherry Hill.
In addition to various ramen and yakisoba noodle dishes, Kanji offers appetizers such as takoyaki, wings, gyoza (dumplings), bao buns, and a small selection of desserts.
Prepare for delicious ramen noodles and Japanese fare at the new Kanji Noodle Bar in Cherry Hill. Stay tuned for more and an opening date ASAP!
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Marilyn is a freelance writer covering the food and drink scene of South Jersey. You can find more of her writing on Philly Grub and NewsBreak.