Nothing Goes Better with a Ramen Burger than Ramen Fries

06/24/2014 at 01:48 PM ET

Ramen Burger and Ramen Fries
Courtesy Keizo Shimamoto

Yes, you read that correctly. You will soon be able to get your ramen burger with a side of crispy, crunchy ramen fries.

Ramen burger creator Keizo Shimamoto posted this photo to Instagram teasing his new deep-fried ramen side dish, served with a spicy mayo sauce and topped with chopped  scallions.

Shimamoto has been serving the Japanese-American hybrid burger to lines of fans at Smorgasburg, the weekly food market in Brooklyn, and at various pop up markets in Los Angeles.  But when his restaurant opens in Berg’n Beer Hall opens this summer in Brooklyn, foodies will be able to satisfy their ramen craving seven days a week. (There are also plans in the works for brick and mortar locations in L.A. and Honolulu.)

Plus, you’ll be able to taste test any other new ramen dishes Shimamoto dreams up. He posted this more traditional looking ramen dish as well.

Don’t want to brave the inevitable long lines this summer? Try your hand at making the ramen burger at home.

— Kristin Appenbrink

FILED UNDER: Food , Food News , Restaurants

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wyls on

Reblogged this on properfoodlover and commented:
Ooooh that’s definite one to try!!!

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Jess on

Gross. The second pic is much more yummy looking.

Saiph on

Excellent~ because we need *more* foods that will kill us.

Not to say it’s not creative. Maybe this gentleman could experiment with making yummy snacks out of actual nourishing ingredients? Do I sound hopelessly dull? Just tired of so many “Great Ideas!” posts that encourage people to eat non-foods that make them feel like crap in the short term and get really truly sick in the long-term.

Crabby today. Time to get away from the internet!

ann on

I ate so many ramen noodles in college to get by that I can barely look at ramen noodles anymore. Just the idea of these creations make me feel ill.

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