Sun Noodle Brand
For chefs, there is no other artisan ramen noodle maker than Sun Noodle Brand. Unless they are making their own noodles, this is their number one choice. Started in Hawaii in 1981 by Hidehito Uki and still a family business, they now make 90,000 servings a day in their three factories.
In Nolita, they have opened up a tiny, sliver of restaurant called Ramen Lab. The idea is for ramen chefs from around the world to create a pop-up menu for three weeks and showcase their regional styles of ramen.
SUN NOODLE BRAND
70 Kenmare Street, New York, NY 10012
T: 646.613.7522 | www.ramen-lab.com
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Sun Noodle is the Rolls Royce of artisan ramen noodles and the number one choice for chefs around the world. You can try their noodles at the Ramen Lab in Nolita.