Nagasaki Champon Noodles


Champon is the lesser known relative to ramen, but definitely just as delicious. Originating from China it’s now become the local speciality of Nagasaki, Kyushu due to restaurant owners needing to feed homesick Chinese students studying on the island.

Made from a base of egg noodles and pork broth it sounds not dissimilar to the other Kyushu speciality, Hakata Ramen, but this time the noodles are cooked and remain in the broth and topped with seafood and vegetables. A popular variation also includes lots of Korean spice for an added kick; we’ll mention some suggested toppings below to get your taste buds watering!

A fantastic dish for noodle fanatics and those looking for a quick and filling meal.

Group 2 people  Time 0 minutes  Hourglass 45 minutes  Money_pound splurge


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