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Japanese Restaurant-Bar to Fill Royal Oak Spot Vacated by Andiamo in 2018

March 27, 2024, 12:08 PM by  Allan Lengel

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A California-based Japanese restaurant chain plans to open at 129 S. Main St. in Royal Oak in a spot vacated in 2018 by Andiamo.

City commissioners last week approved a plan of operation for the Jinya Ramen Bar, which is owned by Michael Bailey in partnership with the living trusts of Kent Ward  and James Carmody III, the Royal Oak Tribune reports.

The restaurant plans to invest $1.4 million in the Royal Oak outlet. 

Andiamo vacated the spot, citing financial and parking issues. 

The chain's website says: 

Anyone from Japan can tell you: the two key ingredients in ramen are the broth and the noodles.

That’s why at JINYA Ramen Bar, we work hard to ensure they both take center stage. Slowly simmered for more than twenty hours, each of our six signature broths balances flavors from whole pork bones, chicken and vegetables with just the right amount of bonito, dashi, miso, kombu, and other classic Japanese ingredients. The result is a rich broth that is thick, full-flavored, and unforgettable. 

Besides Ramen dishes, the menu includes small plates of salmon jalapeno sashimi, Hokkaido scallop with organic dry miso, corn tempura, crispy chicken, caramelized cauliflower and spicy creamy shrimp tempura.

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Read more:  Royal Oak Tribune


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