Lincoln Tavern serves up Ramen every Thursday evening during the cold weather season. On Thursday, February 1, Chef Nick Dixon welcomes Rebecca Arnold, Chef and Co-founder of Whole Heart Provisions, for a special Vegan Ramen Pop-Up event. The delicious fun begins at 5pm!
For one night only, guests can enjoy Rebecca Arnold’s creative vegan twist on ramen. Rebecca will be serving up Vegan Ramen with sweet miso corn, charred scallions, and fried kale in a turmeric, roasted garlic, and ginger-infused vegan broth. Guests can opt for ramen add-ons including Szechuan chili sauce, and choice of rice noodles or traditional ramen.
In addition to the ramen special, there will be street food-inspired snack including Green Bean Salad with peanut crumble, basil, and orange miso dressing; and Seared Avocado with crispy rice, sesame, ponzu, fried garlic, mint, chopped scallion, Thai basil, and Thai-herbed style chimichurri sauce.
Every Thursday through February guests can head into Lincoln for Ramen specials. Lincoln’s signature ramen ($15) is made with a bacon dashi broth, which Chef de Cuisine Tim Chatigny and Executive Chef Nick Dixonspent months perfecting. It’s made with slow cooked pork belly, cured for a few days and braised in roasted rice wine vinegar. The bacon broth hosts traditional noodles, a soft boiled egg, and shiitake mushrooms cooked in soy, ginger, and chili. Thursday Ramen guests can also enjoy a special Asian-inspired bite to accompany the ramen each week (available additionally, a la carte).
Street Food Menu Additions:
Green Bean Salad – Peanut Crumble, Basil and Orange Miso dressing (Vegan, Gluten Free)
Seared Avocado – Crispy Rice Crumble, Ponzu and Thai Chimmi (Vegan, Gluten Free)
Country Fried Chicken Steam Buns – Miso Charred Scallion Aioli
Ramen Menu Additions:
Whole Heart Ramen – Sweet Miso Corn, Charred Scallions, Crispy Kale and Szechuan Chili Sauce (Vegan, Gluten Free Optional)
Lincoln’s House Ramen – bacon dashi broth, smoked crispy pork belly, soy shiitake mushrooms, soft boiled egg, scallions, sesame seeds
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