Wagamama Shirodashi Pork Ramen

This winter has been so cold, I've found myself looking for something warm and hearty to slurp almost every single day.  Which is why Wagamama has become a constant on my neighborhood dining circuit.

This Asian hot spot began in London back in 1992 and has slowly built an empire with locations all over the world.  Mr. T and I have eaten at Wagamama's in multiple locations; London, Copenhagen, Boston, and now of course NYC.   My current obsession is their wonderful Shirodashi Pork Ramen.  Slow cooked pork belly marinated in bulgogi sauce then tossed into a thick chicken broth with noodles, dashi, miso and a tea stained egg.  I just love how clean this ramen tastes; the rich, deep flavors of pork and chicken shine without that salty, fatty layer that coats most ramen.  And the bowls are so big I almost always have enough for breakfast the next day!

Multiple locations throughout NYC