As Chicago's long, cold winter marches on,  launches a new, limited-time-only winter special: Curry Ramen. Created by executive chef  Katie Dong, Strings' Curry Ramen begins with slow-simmered pork bone broth, teamed with Japaneses curry, and Strings' own ramen noodles, made daily in house, and is available in two location-specific versions. 

Strings's Chinatown location's Curry Ramen features sliced duck breast and beef tongue, topped with scallions, red ginger, cabbage, wood ear mushrooms, drizzled with chili oil, $16.95. String's Lakeview location's versions offers slices of filet mignon, with bean sprouts, menma, scallions, red ginger, and wood ear mushrooms, $16.95.

 

Strings Ramen first opened February 2014 in Chinatown, 2141 South Archer Avenue, A second location opened this past summer in Lakeview, 909 West Belmont Avenue. A third location opened earlier this month at 311 North Frances Street in Madison, Wisconsin.