You might have heard about Ramen 512 and their often sold out popups - yes, the ramen was that good. But now they’ve found a permanent home, inside the new “cloud kitchen” concept Kitchen United Mix. You can order ramen ready-to-eat, or you can choose to cook your noodles at home, with very precise instructions. Takeout and delivery are available.
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