‘Roscoe’s’ Fried Chicken and Ramen, Because This is Japanmerica

For those of you who witnessed the glory that is “Clam Chowder Udon” last week, here’s yet another Asian fusion-y soup item that is equal parts evil genius and starving college student.

Five words, are you ready?

“Roscoe’s” Fried Chicken. And Ramen.

Granted, breaded chicken in salty soup isn’t an entirely new concept – many restaurants have been doing it for years. But butter, hot sauce and maple syrup-soup? Is this real life?

Hats off yet again to the brilliant minds at Cleveland’s Noodlecat, this time for proving that butter does indeed go with everything.

Now if only it came with a side of waffles.

[Photo via Foodspotting]

By Dominique Zamora

Dominique would be a foodie if she had money to pay for food. For now, she gets by just looking at food photography, which results in at least one more starving journalism student every time Instagram breaks down.

2 replies on “‘Roscoe’s’ Fried Chicken and Ramen, Because This is Japanmerica”

It’s delicious….my favorite noodle bowl @ Noodlecat. You also have to have the BBQ local OH pork Japanese steam bun. They have a stand at the West Side Market too, When I’m shopping there I get the bbq pork buns instead of the traditional kielbasa/kraut sammy at Franks now.

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