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History about Ramen Noodle

Ramen is of Chinese origin, however it is unclear when ramen was introduced to Japan. Even the etymology of the word ramen is a topic of debate. One theory is that ramen is the Japanese pronunciation of the Chinese lamian (拉麺), meaning "hand-pulled noodles." A second theory proposes 老麺 (laomian, "old noodles") as the original form, while another states that ramen was initially 鹵麺 (lǔmiàn), noodles cooked in a thick, starchy sauce. A fourth theory is that the word derives from 撈麵 (lāomiàn, "lo mein"), which in Cantonese 撈 means to "stir", and the name refers to the method of preparation by stirring the noodles with a sauce.

The Niu Noodles

The NIU Noodles that we serve in our restaurant are the creation of our world-class chef, who has specialized for years in the art of noodle making. He combined the theories of making Ramen noodle and created a unique brand of noodle that he named Niu Noodles. The noodles are made fresh every day and cooked to perfection to satisfy your craving of having a great noodle dish.