Tag Archives: Ejjication

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

Celebrating our 2nd Ejjiversary

If you didn’t know yet, October is a special month for Ejji. It’s the month when we first opened in Belvedere Square, just in time for the chilly weather. Since October 26, 2014, our wonderful staff has been serving up great food to awesome customers. Now, we are celebrating our 2nd “Ejjiversary,” a tradition that… 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