DC Japanese cuisine

Jinya Ramen Bar will open a new location in Reston Town Center, its fourth in the DMV. The late summer opening will bring the Japanese concept founded by Tomonori Takahashi and its Tonkotsu-style Ramen to Reston. The secret behind Jinya’s popular ramen is said to be attributed to a water filtration system that purifies the broth used in the restaurants’ broths.

Jinya Ramen Bar to debut Dulles Town Center location

Restaurant to open with takeout service

Jinya's Tonkotsu Ramen has been a hit in the Washington region. Photo by Jinya Ramen Bar. Jinya Ramen Bar will open a new location in Reston Town Center, its fourth in the DMV. The late summer opening will bring the Japanese concept founded by Tomonori Takahashi and its Tonkotsu-style Ramen to Reston.
Jinya’s Tonkotsu Ramen has been a hit in the Washington region. Photo by Jinya Ramen Bar.

Jinya Ramen Bar will open a new location in Reston Town Center, its fourth in the DMV. The late summer opening will bring the Japanese concept founded by Tomonori Takahashi and his Tonkotsu-style Ramen to Reston. The secret behind Jinya’s popular ramen is said to be attributed to a water filtration system that purifies the broth used in the restaurants’ broths. Guests can pick from authentic toppings, from tender pork chashu to seasoned poached egg.

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Jinya Ramen Bar releases Spicy Meatball Ramen for a limited time

Jinya Ramen Bar releases limited-time Spicy Meatball

All Jinya Ramen restaurants to carry dish starting September 1

Jinya Ramen Bar is releasing a Spicy Meatball Ramen beginning September 1. The chain-wide, limited-time rollout is expected to be well-received by Jinya Ramen fans. The ramen-focused polished casual-dining chain now has 35 restaurants across the nation. In the Washington, D.C. area, it opened restaurants at Pike & Rose, North Bethesda, Mosaic in Merrifield, Va., and on 14th Street in D.C.

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