Kanji Noodle Bar will be hosting a grand opening celebration on December 8th at 4 p.m. in Piscataway, New Jersey.
Located at 1326 Centennial Ave in the Piscataway Town Center, the company is hoping to feed more than 100 first responders and hospital workers during the festivities, which also include a ribbon cutting.
The restaurant has many other locations throughout the country, from Florida to Connecticut, and Tennessee to Wisconsin. This will be the second location in New Jersey, the first being in Cherry Hill.
The Piscataway location will feature 2,800 square feet and 120 seats.
The menu offers many different types of ramen, including tan tan, premium miso, supreme tonkotsu, shoyu, ichiraku, vegetable yassai, and more. Customers can choose between different noodles, as well as toppings including pork belly, pork loin, chicken, and chashu. Appetizers include edamame, seaweed salad, shishito peppers, gyoza, Kanji wings, rock shrimp, seafood fries, and more. Bao buns and rice bowls are also available.
“We’re hoping to feed more than 100 first responders and hospital workers from the Piscataway community during our Grand Opening celebration to give back to them after the more than two brutal years that they’ve been taking care of us during the Covid-19 pandemic,” said Vice President Beau Stickley. “Kanji Noodle Bar features authentic ramen noodles, and we take great pride in serving the finest and freshest ramen in the area. In addition to noodles, we offer a full range of traditional and contemporary Japanese cuisine.”
Interested first responders can register here to attend.
Kanji Noodle Bar will be open from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and 11:30 a.m. through 10:30 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.