Kyuramen Spicy Ramen Challenge

Kyuramen in Cherry Hill Offers ‘Spiciest Ramen’ in New Jersey

Are you a heat-seeking spicy food lover? Love ramen? Kyuramen should probably be on your list.

This summer, Kyuramen, located in the Heritage Square Shopping Center at 1871 Route 70 (Unit 3) in Cherry Hill, is intensifying its menu with its limited edition ‘Killer KyuRAMEN Challenge.’ Challengers will have nine minutes to finish the ultimate bowl of fiery ramen with no additional beverage. Kyuramen is claiming the title Spiciest Ramen in New Jersey and intends to back it up with this spicy ramen challenge.

Guests can expect to be dazzled by the ambiance and their palates roused by its distinct culmination of spices. Kyuramen invites anyone who likes a challenge to put their ramen to the test. Challenge winners will receive one week of free ramen from the Cherry Hill location, plus bragging rights on their wall of fame.

In 2019 Kyuramen opened its first location in Flushing, Queens, and has since expanded to seven different locations across the U.S. With its unique take on Japanese ramen, Kyuramen remastered its technique and dish preparation to emphasize flavor and highlight eminence.

Founder, Gary Lin, studied an array of ramen types in Japan for many years. This influenced Lin’s passion for introducing Japan’s three major ramen types: South Japan’s Kyushu Shio Style, Central Japan’s Tokyo Shouyu Style, and the Hokkaido Miso Style. Kyuramen sets itself apart by offering a delectable experience outside the standard ‘white-based’ ramen, ‘Tonkotsu Shio.’

The name Kyuramen comes from the Japanese word for “nine” or “Kyu,” making its original nine ramen flavors the essence of Kyuramen’s menu. The expansive menu includes a range of Japanese dishes, including its famous omurice and rice burger.


Marilyn Johnson

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.

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