Hachiya Kyoto to Expand with Mount Pleasant Ramen Restaurant

More details should be available soon.
Hachiya Kyoto to Expand with Mount Pleasant Ramen Restaurant
Photo: Courtesy of Hachiya Kyoto Steakhouse and Sushi Bar on Facebook

A longstanding steakhouse and sushi bar is expanding with a ramen restaurant.

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According to the eatery’s website, Hachiya Kyoto Steakhouse and Sushi Bar will soon debut its sister restaurant, Hachiya Ramen, at 996 Johnnie Dodds Blvd, Suite 101 in Mt Pleasant.

Owner Richard Milana, who manages both restaurants alongside his partner Yuichiro “Junior, confirmed this development with What Now Charleston, promising to divulge more details soon.

While specifics are currently limited, prospective Hachiya Ramen patrons can anticipate a diverse selection of ramen styles similar to those offered at Hachiya Kyoto. This includes tonkotsu, hachiya, tan tan men, and vegetable ramens.

In addition to the variety of ramen bowls, guests can enjoy ramen “sets” featuring karaage (Japanese marinated fried chicken) and a choice of onigiri (rice balls).

Stay tuned for updates as the project unfolds, and be sure to follow Hachiya Ramen on Instagram for the latest developments.

Cat Broughton

Cat Broughton

Cat Broughton is a creative lifestyle writer with a passion for exploring the art of storytelling. She graduated from the University of Memphis with a BA in English, where she honed her skills in crafting compelling narratives. When she's not putting pen to paper, you can usually find her perfecting her downward dog, eating vegan food, and sporting platform sandals, though usually not at the same time.
Cat Broughton

Cat Broughton

Cat Broughton is a creative lifestyle writer with a passion for exploring the art of storytelling. She graduated from the University of Memphis with a BA in English, where she honed her skills in crafting compelling narratives. When she's not putting pen to paper, you can usually find her perfecting her downward dog, eating vegan food, and sporting platform sandals, though usually not at the same time.
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