Ramen, the Japanese noodle soup and ultimate comfort food, is in demand. If there is any doubt, look at the new shop Yume Wo Katare. On any given night — in the rain, midweek — a line stretches out the door. People wait for hours to sample chef-owner Tsuyoshi Nishioka’s food. Yume Wo Katare serves just one thing, a hearty, heaping, ultra-porky version of ramen: pork-soy broth, thick, hand-made noodles, pork slices, pork fat, cabbage, and bean sprouts.
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