Japanese restaurant expands with second location in Bergen
Tojo’s Restaurant is coming to Ho-Ho-Kus next month. It is Tojo’s Kitchen’s sister restaurant in Paramus, although described as more “contemporary in style”.
Tojo san graduated from Meiji Gakuin University with a law degree and moved to the United States from Japan about 9 years ago. He started marketing for a sake brewery in Chiba, Japan, and eventually opened his first ramen store at Garden State Plaza.
The menu will include ramen, donburi, appetizers and “authentic drinks”. Ramen takes 60-72 hours to make – from boiling the pork bones, straining the bones, removing the oil from the pot and turning it into broth. Tojo claims this is just a ramen restaurant in Bergen County that boils its own broth.
They’ll serve lunch and dinner — al fresco dining may be available during the summer — in the 500-square-foot space with about 25 seats.
Their pre-opening launch is currently scheduled for April 11 from noon.
5 North Franklin Turnpike
[photo source: Tojo’s]
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