Satori’s founder and head chef, Seigo Nishimura, was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan. He was Chef-trained in traditional Japanese culinary techniques and has worked in a Michelin-star rated restaurant in New York’s East Village. Nishimura is also a graduate of the Tokyo Sushi Academy. At Satori’s twelve-seat bar, one can get to know the owner and staff and see the action up close and personal before enjoying authentic ramen noodle dishes, rice-based entrees and a variety of small plates. Menu items are crafted with delicacy and precision, incorporating traditional bone broths and noodles, as well as vegan and gluten-free options, so good you may not know which is which. Satori Ramen Bar’s chef-crafted recipes feature custom noodles, fresh, carefully selected ingredients, and a variety of soup bases slow-cooked to develop Satori’s signature umami depth of flavor. Satori Ramen Bar’s menu has something to tempt every taste. Regular guests and newcomers alike will experience a wealth of Japanese delights. Chef’s Choice Specialty menu items will also be available to leverage seasonal ingredients or flavor profiles. In addition to eat-in and ready-to-eat take out, Satori Ramen Bar will offer ‘finish at home’ kits with broth, toppings and uncooked fresh noodles, packaged separately, so customers can serve the freshest ramen to friends and family in the comfort of home, without compromising the ramen texture and flavor profile.
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