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About Menma, Ixelles

Menma (メンマ or 麺麻 or 麺碼) is a Japanese condiment made from lactate-fermented bamboo shoots. The bamboo shoots are dried in the sun or through other means before the process of fermentation. Menma is a common topping for noodle soups, notably ramen. Menma is primarily produced in China, with brands imported from southern China and Taiwan being popular. Menma is also known as shinachiku (支那竹), "Chinese bamboo".

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This article refers Menma in Ixelles, Belgium. Menma is often skipped on the visit, owing to the plethora of other prime attractions of Ixelles.

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Address: Avenue des Saisons 123, 1050 Ixelles, Belgium

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  • Food made me sick and rude manager! The staff were very rude. My friend could not eat anything because of dietary restrictions and the Manger told her he would kick her out if she didn't buy something. The food tasted watery and my meat was an weird color. I eat it anyway and regretted it. I was very sick afterwards. My stomach is still not the same!

  • Best Ramen since our visit to Japan. A little pricey but very tasty.

  • Steady authentic homemade ramen with tasty soup, try the yuzu twist speciality.

  • Pretty good ramen. Very tasty and fragrant

  • Cosy quickfood restaurant, opens on Sunday. Gyoza were undercooked/falling apart, miso ramen was syrupy/overcooked. We were so disappointed, never again. Go to kokuban or unami for ramen

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