Zuzu Ramen, the noodle joint from the proprietors of the Australian pub Sheep Station, is scheduled to to open today. While Zuzu doesn’t have a menu online yet, TONY said to “look for creative varieties with international twists including a Thai-influenced green currymiso ramen.” Brooklynian‘s also taken note of the opening, and one poster had this to say: “I had a preview of green curry ramen soup and it was goooooood. Rich, spicey in a balanced flavorful way – mmmmmmmm. (They’ve been working out the soup recipes and serving them on occasion at Sheepie. I also had some bitchin’ chicken soup with a homemade dumpling during the tryouts.)” The restaurant is on the corner of Degraw and 4th Avenue.
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