BY HEIDI FINLEY
JUNE 16, 2022 1:12 PM
The team that brought you Sabor Latin Street Grill — Raydal Hospitality Group — is taking over SARU at Camp North End and will reopen the Nagahama-style Tonkatsu ramen shop on Tuesday, June 21st.
WHAT WON’T CHANGE
The recipes will stay the same. Its pork-bone ramen broths are made fresh daily and are designed to be paired with thin white noodles. The Shirozaru, listed as a classic Tonkatsu on the menu for $15, comes with pork charshu, scallion, bamboo shoots, egg and sesame seeds. (You can also get it with a spicy sauce. to kick things up for $1 more.) Diners will also find cold noodle dishes and beverages such as Thai Ice Tea.
“We pride ourselves on preparing delicious, fresh food from scratch, just like what’s always been offered at SARU. We look forward to bringing ramen back to Camp North End, a community we are already so connected to and committed to growing. As we expand our presence here, we want to be an agent of change and opportunity for our employees, sharing food that represents their stories and homes,” said Dalton Espaillat, Raydal Hospitality Group’s founder and CEO. Other Raydal properties include La Caseta and Three Amigos.
YOU’LL SEE FAMILIAR FACES
The employees who launched the food stall in 2020 will return, as well.
HOW TO FIND SARU
The ramen shop sits at the Keswick Avenue food stalls, between Plant Joy and La Caseta.
Location: Camp North End, 1801 N. Graham St., Charlotte, NC 28206 Neighborhood:
Where Druid Hills South/Lockwood meet
Hours: 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Sunday through Thursday; and 11 a.m.-9 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. Place pickup orders online.
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