June 25, 2022


The View On Cooking

Newport’s ethnic dining establishments provide an array of global delicacies

9 min read

Andrea E. McHugh

It is early morning and Basil Yu hunches above a tidy prep desk, combining meticulously calculated quantities of h2o and salt into a mixer crammed with wheat that was stone-milled just around 100 miles from Newport. He’s getting ready to make hundreds of springy ramen noodles which, right after a intricate collection of methods, will be completely ready to nestle gently into hearty bowls of the conventional Japanese noodle soup. It is a procedure that utilized to choose him 10 hrs, but many thanks to a new industrial noodle-building device, it ought to consider him a very little less than 50 % that time.   

Yu’s ramen has created a cultlike next considering that he opened Yagi Noodles (580 Thames St, Newport) in Newport’s historically Irish Fifth Ward community. The food stuff he serves is a far cry from the ubiquitous “classic New England fare” that dominates menus all over waterfront cities like Newport. Though the coastal delicacies group has evolved exponentially from chowder, lobster rolls, fried clams and other spoils of the sea, a new wave of international flavors has diversified Aquidneck Island’s culinary breadth.       

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