Category Archives: Ejjication

Celebrate Earth Day at Ejji

Make the world go around Mark your calendars! Saturday, April 22nd is Earth Day and this years theme is Environmental and Climate Literacy. This campaign is dedicated to ensuring that every student around the world graduates high school as an environmental and climate literate citizen, ready to take action and be a voice for change. What… Read More

Featured Brewery of the Month: DC Brau 

Things are about to get more interesting over at Ejji Ramen. For the month of March, Ejji Ramen is partnering with DC Brau to bring you new, exquisite beers right to our corner of Baltimore’s Belvedere Square Market. For a limited time, join us to try The Citizen, The Public, The Corruption and Penn Quarter Porter, any day with good friends and… Read More

Experience Umami at Ejji

Did you know you might actually come in contact with the taste of umami on a daily basis, and not even realize it? Umami is found in many common foods. So, what exactly is umami and where did it come from? History of Umami 1908 – Dr. Kikunae Ikeda discovered there was another taste other than… Read More

Fun Facts about Ramen

Eating ramen is definitely one of the best ways to welcome the autumn season. There’s nothing more comforting than slurping up noodles in warm broth when there’s a chill in the air. But how much do you really know about this dish? Do you have any idea where ramen comes from? If not, don’t worry…. Read More

The Story Behind Head Cheese

Ejji has been serving up a new delicious concoction every week – steamed buns. Our latest is the “Head Cheese Bun”, which contains fried head cheese, watermelon kimchi and basil lime caesar dressing. But here’s a fun fact not many know: head cheese is actually not a kind of cheese. In fact, it’s not even a… Read More

What the heck is Tamago?

Tamago is something that probably doesn’t sound super familiar to you, unless you’re a foodie. “Non-foodies” might be thinking of Tamagotchi. Remember those handheld digital pet devices that all the kids were obsessed with in the 90’s? Although the name is familiar, we aren’t talking about that. We’re talking about eggs here, and that’s exactly… Read More

Treat Yo Momma to an Ejji Brunch

This Sunday, May 8th is Mother’s Day. Luckily, Ejji serves Brunch on Sunday’s, so you can bring your mom in for a delicious brunch with us (and she’ll love you forever). Here are the Brunch specials, served every Saturday and Sunday from 10 AM-5 PM: Breakfast Ramen Bowl  – Ramen in a bacon corn broth with… Read More

Wine & Dine Girls Night at Ejji

Time to treat yourselves at Ejji Ladies, we know you work hard, which is why we thought you deserved a whole night to yourselves to relax and unwind. Introducing our new Wine & Dine Girls Night at Ejji, every Monday! A special evening dedicated to you special ladies, call all your girlfriends and celebrate at Ejji. Enjoy select… Read More

Miso, what is it and how does Ejji use it?

Miso is used in many Japanese or Chinese style meals, the most common one you see in a restaurant is “Miso Soup”. Many people don’t even know what miso is and just order it because it tastes good. But, don’t you want to know what you’re actually eating? What is miso? Miso is a paste which is made… Read More

Characteristics of Tonkotsu Broth

Tonkotsu means “pork bone” in Japanese, and is a Japanese regional style of broth. It is popular in Kyushu, which is in the Southern part of Japan. The pork bone is simmered or boiled for hours which helps break down the collagen, bone marrow and fat. By breaking down the pork bone, you bring out a creamy… Read More