Ringer Hut is a 646-outlet nationwide chain that has made a name for Nagasaki-style champon noodles. Its trademark Nagasaki Champon comes loaded with 255 g of vegetables, but if you’d like your daily allowance of 480 g of veggies in one go, try the whopping Yasai Tappuri Champon. Ringer Hut now offers My Champon, a new way to order a custom-made dish made from your choice of toppings, noodles, soups and sizes. The Fukuoka Hashimoto shop is just one of six shops nationwide to offer this new service. Here, you can mix and match 25 different toppings (¥54~ ea.) to create an innovative, original bowl of champon. It is also just the second shop in Japan to open up a Ringer Deli, which keeps nearly 20 kinds of Japanese, Western and Chinese veggies used in the restaurant’s dishes in stock at all times. At ¥194 per 100 g, you can buy them by weight to accompany your meal or to take back home with you.
Menu: My Champon ¥658, My Udon ¥712, Nagasaki Champon ¥583, Yasai Tappuri Champon ¥777, Nagasaki Saraudon ¥637, Yasai Tappuri Saraudon ¥788, extra toppings ¥54~, deli items ¥194/100g, rice set +¥220 (S), ¥250 (M), ¥280 (L)
*Foreign language menu: English, Chinese, Korean / Cash only / Reservations possible / No smoking
Originally published in Fukuoka Now Magazine (fn230, Feb. 2018)