Yume Wo Katare in Boston isn’t a restaurant; it’s a dream workshop with only one thing on its menu: tonkotsu shoyu pork ramen. We saw how it’s made, talked to an employee about what makes the dish so special, and tried it out ourselves to see if it would live up to the hype.
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