Chef Tadashi Ono, formerly of La Caravelle and the freshly-shuttered MasionO, recently partnered with Ganso restaurateur Harris Salat to form a new company they're calling Ganso Group. With Ono working as a partner and the culinary director, Ganso Group will open two new restaurants in the next year or so. And, as part of this new partnership, Ono and Salat also completely overhauled the menu at Ganso in Downtown Brooklyn and rebranded it as Ganso Ramen.
Starting tonight, the restaurant will serve an all-chicken broth that's simmered for six to eight hours, as well as a Tokyo-style soy sauce broth and shiitake soy-milk soup. In addition to the six varieties of noodle soups, Ganso Ramen will also offer buns, wings, salads, and snacks. Ganso already had something of a cult following, so it will be interesting to see what the ramen nerds of this city have to say about this new iteration of the restaurant with Ono running the kitchen. Check out the new menu:
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