Ramen shop Send Noods to open in Macclesfield

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Ramen shop Send Noods to open in Macclesfield

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Cheekily named ramen restaurant Send Noods will make its debut in food hall Macclesfield Picturedrome following a marketing campaign on subscription site OnlyFans.

Led by Asian food expert Vinny Yu and Manchester restaurateur Ross Mackenzie, the ramen shop will open on 7 March in the Macclesfield food market with plans to open more venues across the region over the next couple of years.

Send Noods will offer guests a choice of four ramen dishes, including a veggie and vegan option, along with five small plates such as edamame beans with a sweet chilli glaze; karaage chicken with a sweet chilli garlic mayo; and pumpkin korokke.

Its four authentic broths will be: the classic shoyu, a spicy creamy noodle variation called tan tan, tori curry broth, and a vegan miso broth in options that will include char siu pork belly; shredded hoisin duck; karaage crispy chicken; and vegetable gyoza.

“The food is simple but tastes amazing, it’s a menu we have been perfecting for some time. Ramen has been one of my favourite dishes since I was a child, my parents cooked it a lot so I have very fond memories of it, it’s comfort food for me.

“We have had massive interest in Macclesfield as we have been preparing to launch, which has shown us that diners are ready for us. We have big plans to roll out Send Noods ramen shops across Manchester and beyond so are keen to make a great impression at the Picturedrome.”

Mackenzie adds: “Vinny and I travel a lot both in the UK and across the world and have both been fascinated by the noodle bars we have come across. Ramen is growing in popularity worldwide but isn’t well represented across the UK so we wanted to create a brand that would make it accessible to everyone.”

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