Machida Shoten – the renowned Japanese ramen restaurant chain – inaugurated its first branch in Cambodia on November 9.
Situated on Street 294 in Phnom Penh's Sangkat Boeung Keng Kang, the restaurant is to cater to all Cambodian food enthusiasts with a love of Japanese ramen.
The grand opening ceremony was graced by Daff Yor, the owner of Machida Shoten Cambodia, esteemed partners, a host of distinguished guests and members of the media.
“Machida Shoten has today officially stepped foot into the Cambodia market, and we want to bring the joy of eating good food to everyone in the Kingdom, with our philosophy simple yet profound – 'To Make Delicious Ramen'.
“In bringing Machida Shoten to Cambodia, our vision is to offer a taste of Japan's rich culinary heritage in the Kingdom.
"We have aimed to create a space where families can gather, where friends can meet, and where everyone can enjoy a bowl of ramen that warms not just the stomach, but the heart,” said Daff Yor.
Machida Shoten is serving up the most delicious Japanese ramen dishes, including the world’s famous E.A.K ramen with Japanese style Gyoza, Shoyu Ramen, Spicy Miso Ramen, Shio Ramen and Tsukemen.
It also offers delicious fried rice and appetizers such as Japanese-style Pork Fried Rice, Spicy Chicken Fried Rice, Shredded Leak and Pork Negi Chashu and Homemade Chicken Karaage, all to be washed down with a wide range of soft drinks and beers.
“At Machida Shoten we want to add something new to the food experience in Cambodia by keeping the tastes true to its Japanese origins in a typical Japanese ambience.
"We hope to bring the two cultures, Japanese and Cambodian, closer over a bowl of ramen – we promise the taste of tradition, the comfort of authenticity and the joy of a meal cooked with love.
"We are excited to be serving Cambodian customers, and we hope they will all love Machida Shoten as much as we do,” Daff Yor added.