For almost 20 years, Genji has been providing Whole Foods Market with fresh, high quality sushi. Today, they are expanding their production to include ramen bowls, making Whole Foods your one-stop-shop for authentic Japanese cuisine. Genji recently unveiled their new ramen bar at Whole Foods Market Cherry Hill. The location includes a dining area to enjoy your meal or opt to take your ramen on the go.
Genji’s Tonkotsu ramen is made with a rich pork broth, thin noodles and fresh, sustainably sourced ingredients. Each ramen bowl contains Chashu Pork, Bean Sprouts, Scallions, Black Mushroom, Ajitsuke-Tamago (Marinated Boiled Egg), Mayu, Red Ginger and Seaweed. Choose from three different seasoning styles; Shio (salt), Shoyu (soy sauce) or Spicy Miso.
In addition to ramen, you’ll find a new, dry-style ramen called “mazemen”, made with thick whole wheat noodles and a delicious, creamy sauce. Try the Bacon & Egg mazemen with Bacon, Spring Mix and Onsen-Tamago (Poached Egg) or the Fresh Veggie Creamy Sesame mazemen with Spring Mix, Avocado, Cucumber and Tempura Flakes, served cold. If you’re still hungry, or looking for “quick eats”, the ramen bar also offers three types of steamed Bao Buns; Chashu Pork, Chicken Teriyaki and spicy Shrimp Tempura.
We recently visited the Whole Foods Market in Cherry Hill to try the ramen bowls, mazemen and bao sliders. Click on the image below to visit our Flickr page to see the photographs we took or click here.
Cherry Hill Whole Foods Market is located on 1558 North Kings Highway (just off Route 70) Cherry Hill, NJ 08034 and is open 7:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. daily. For more information, please call 856-651-5271 or visit http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/stores/cherryhill.
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