Ramen in Westchester
adj. Of, relating to, or being a style or flavor of Japanese Ramen, characterized by;
a. Shoyu Ramen, traditional soy sauce flavor with Chasku Pork or Chicken.
b. Miso Ramen, nutty miso flavor with Chashu or Chicken.
c. Vegetarian Ramen, veggies, seaweed & Tofu. With either Shoyu, Miso or Tom Yum soup.
n. A RameNesque style of Cuisine, Flavor and Design
Chef Nikki, born in Korea and raised in the US became a world traveler and has lived in several European and Asian countries for many years. Chef Nikki learned the art of mastering a full range of culinary diversity through her years spent abroad. Chef Nikki moved back to New York and started developing a plan to open her own restaurant and create her own favorite Japanese dishes. After researching location in New York Chef Nikki saw a great opportunity to open her restaurant in Peekskill, Westchester County situated on the east side of the Hudson River.
Chef Nikki founded RameNesque and opened her doors in October 2013. A Manhattan Village styled Ramen restaurant with a unique interior design that fits Chef Nikki’s concept in creating a Japanese Causal Dining & Café atmosphere. RameNesque offers Peekskill a variety of Japanese cuisine, for instance homemade style Shoyu Ramen, Miso Ramen and Vegetarian Ramen. Chef Nikki makes a daily batch of soup that simmers daily for several hours. No MSG, artificial ingredients and ready made products. Only fresh produce, natural flavor enhancers such as seaweed, and love for healthy & flavorful homemade foods are allowed in RameNesque kitchen.