THE NOODLE BAR AT BRUSHSTROKE WILL FEATURE RAMEN BY KAISEKI CHEF YAMADA & TONKOTSU SOUP MASTER NODA
Manhattan, NY, December 18th, 2017 — The Brushstroke leadership team announces the opening of The Noodle Bar at Brushstroke – Tribeca’s first ramen speakeasy – located within Brushstroke restaurant at 30 Hudson Street.
The walk-in-only noodle bar, for foodies ‘in the know’, is located behind a glass and black metal partition on the southern tip of Brushstroke restaurant. The space was designed by Tokyo design firm Super Potato and its founder and lead designer Takashi Sugimoto. It features walls made of 25,000 paperback books, food culture dioramas by Daichi Sato – a student of the Musashino Art University – and only 14 seats, available on a first come, first served basis.
Brushstroke Kaiseki Chef Yamada and Tonkotsu Soup Master Noda are co-collaborators on the cuisine, inspired by the Fukuoka area of Kyushu – the Japanese prefecture in which both chefs grew up.
The menu highlights Brushstroke’s signature Tonkotsu Ramen with Pork Chashu, Nitamago and Kikurage, for which the culinary team spends four days making the rich, creamy ramen broth. Offerings also include Duck Original 7 Miso Ramen with Duck Chashu, Sansho-Miso, and One-Day Boiled Duck Soup and Kishimen Udon Noodles from Nagoya served with Brushstroke’s fresh, premium Toro, Uni, Botan-ebi, Ikura, Wild Buri, and Ikejime Black Fish. Soba Noodles also appear on the select menu and are served with Jamón Ibérico, Cherry Clams, and Chive.
Ramen in the full-service space ranges from $14-$17 (not inclusive of tax and gratuity). The Noodle Bar’s 14 seats are available to walk-in guests exclusively.
For more information, please contact Stephane Dorian or Atsuko Kidaka at 212-791-3771.