New Japanese ramen eatery in Cambridge to open in April

Excellent information for all Japanese-food stuff enthusiasts in Cambridge, WakuWaku Ramen and Sake is bringing its innovative ramen culture to Harvard Sq.. 

Tucked into a row of stores and eateries on Brattle Avenue, WakuWaku’s new location will officially open up all over late April, giving Cambridge learners and residents another ramen selection, along with the Boston Ramen Company and Hokkaido Ramen Santouka.  

WakuWaku suggests “satisfying” or “thrilling” in Japanese, and the company’s mission is to use progressive ingredient mixtures in a cozy ambiance underneath neon lights for its buyers.  

Distinctive eating design

Rachel Blumenthal, the editor of Eater Boston, is a ramen lover who’s frequented many ramen stores in Cambridge. She found that ramen places to eat all have their exceptional eating fashion.  

“The Boston area’s ramen dining places do test to make an art sort out of focusing on just one or two regionally certain types of ramen,” Blumenthal reported. “Some target exclusively on Jiro-style ramen, even though some other concentration on building a Japanese taking in setting for their clients.” 

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