Pop-Up Ramen Bar with Josh Hebert This Weekend at Cycle

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Like stop reading this post and get to Cycle's website right now to snag a seat. 

This Friday and Saturday, Chef Josh Hebert will be feeding 100 lucky guests his version of Japanese street food at pop-up shop Cycle

You know who Josh Hebert is, right? He's the chef and owner of Scottsdale's Posh. The acclaimed chef spent some time cooking in Tokyo before coming back to AZ. Apparently he learned a thing or two about ramen and if you hurry you might be able to grab a taste. 

Check out the menu after the jump...


$ 7    Duck Gyoza w/ Ponzu

$7    Homemade Tofu w/ Ginger, Scallion, Cherry Blossom

$10    Okonomiyaki

$10    Tako Yaki

Ramen Dishes:

$12    Miso Ramen w/ Pork

$12    Goma Ramen w/ Pork

$12    Shittake Mushroom Ramen


Green Tea Pot de Crème

*menu subject to change based on finest ingredients available

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