NO POSHRamen on Tuesday, September 22nd due to a Arizona Restaurant Week.
Sorry for any inconvenience.
"It is official, Tuesday is Ramen day!
I have been searching for a quality Ramen around the area since the day I arrived in Scottsdale. I have tried the ramen at Ramen Republic, Cherry Blossom, Yoshi Bento and Umami and just recently I tried Posh Ramen. To date, Posh Ramen takes home the bacon (or should I say Char-sui pork).
Posh Improvisational Cuisine switches from the adventurous Posh menu to a simple ramen bar menu every Tuesday. The prices for the ramen choices are reasonable. On an average, a guest would spend around $12 per bowl. For a high end and original big bowl of ramen, i think its a good value for your $12 bucks.
The ambience of the place also tones down to a more relaxed and casual feel. As compared to the upscale feel that the restaurant has between Wednesday to Saturday. The staff goes casual with their shirts that says Posh Ramen.
Service is still excellent. We wanted to order two appetizers but our server recommended that we save room for the ramen since the ramen bowls are are pretty big. It was a good suggestion that helped enjoy our ramen.
The Ramen. Again, the best ramen I've had in AZ so far. The noodles were cooked properly. Not too soft but not undercooked as well. It doesn't break when you do the slurp (which is how ramen should eaten). The broth is full of flavor. The few choices that they have offers every taste bud something to enjoy.
Appetizer: Okonomiyaki. Perfect way to prepare your taste buds for Japanese meal. The savory vegetable pancake with bacon and shrimp was complimented by the bbq sauce and mayonnaise. What really added to the experience was the bonito flakes. It had the fishy asian character that would complete your every bite.
Goma Ramen I think had a laksa finish to it. It had bokchoy, scallions, sesame seed and peppers. Maybe my favorite out of all the ramen we tried.
Shoyu Ramen was the classic ramen. You know you are enjoying a ramen because of the flavor profile of the pork broth. The marinated bamboo was tender and it was served with a soft egg that had very unusual (good unusual) yolk. The yolk was sweet and it really complimented the broth.
Shrimp Ramen had a very Chinese soup flavor. It had a little bit a of a kick that I would recommend to those who like the Thai Tom Yum.
I would definitely be waiting for Tuesdays from now on because of Posh's ramen Tuesday"