Tag Archives: Ejji

Have an “Ejji” Back-to-School

Goodbye, August It’s late August, and you know what that means. Summer is almost over! Soon enough, the days will be longer, the weather chillier and the leaves orange and brown. People will be busting out their hoodies and parkas. School will be in session too. College students are returning back to their respective universities,… 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

Summertime at Ejji

Ah, summer. The sweet season of vacations, late sunsets, lush green trees and heat waves. Eating a bowl of ramen might not be your first option with summer’s high temperatures and humidity. If you want to settle for something cooler and refreshing, fear not. Ejji has several other dishes that you will definitely enjoy this… 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

Ejji on Foursquare

Word on the street is that there are 11 of the best places to eat ramen in Baltimore, according to Foursquare, and Ejji Ramen is #1 on the list! We love this type of accomplishment, because it was given to us by you; our happy customers. Check out some of the amazing Foursquare reviews: “One… Read More

NEW Brunch Hours!

Love brunch? So do we! Stop in for our NEW brunch hours every weekend from 10am-5pm on Saturday & Sunday featuring the following menu items only available during brunch: Ramen Breakfast Bowl – Ramen in a miso corn broth topped with kurobuta pork sausage, applewood bacon, tamago, a poached egg and fresh corn. Seafood Okonomiyaki –… 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