There are new menus now available to enjoy at Soup Ramen, Dun Laoghaire, as well as the group’s latest opening, Soup 2 in Smithfield.

The vibe at both locations is welcoming, with simple food, but complex flavours. This is ramen, small plates and mains served casual dining style, but elevated with clever cocktails and an extensive drinks list. Over half the new dishes are available as vegan and coeliac friendly.

The classics remain with the signature Ramen (from €16.50) served with a range of styles, personalised with seasonings, sauces and extras, and served with nori, spring onion, fermented red cabbage, pak choi and fennel with seasoned egg. The small plate Deep Fried Kimchi, (€9) a customer favourite, stays on, and is served with green herb dressing and beetroot ketchup.

Stand out new dishes include the small plates Teriyaki Pulled Pork Bao (€6) with slow cooked pork belly, crispy onions, fermented red cabbage and chili sesame mayo. Teriyaki Cauliflower Wings (€10) are tempura batter cauliflower florets in teriyaki sauce served with roast nori and wasabi vegan mayo.

In mains, there’s Kimchi Mussels (€19) pan cooked in a chipotle chili and kimchi sake cream served with garlic bread crisp. Crab Roll (€15) in yuzu and wasabi, served in a house made brioche bun.

In all, the new menus comprise 6 small plates and 6 mains, with side dishes too, of House Kimchi (€4.50), House Cut Fries (€6) with house smoked tomato ketchup and Side Salad (€4.50).

Soup’s Will Shannon said: “We’re really excited to launch this new menu and hope our customers love it as much as we do. It’s full of exciting new dishes, but our regulars will be glad to see we’ve kept the classics too.”

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