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Hai Hai Ramen and Superfly Funk Eye join forces for two brothy days.
For two days only, two Brisbane Japanese joints are joining forces — and your broth and noodle-loving tastebuds are set to benefit. While Paddington's Hai Hai Ramen and Woolloongabba's Superfly Funk Eye hail from the same hospitality group, they usually keep themselves to themselves. That's changing with Rahh!Man!, a two-night ramen pop-up.
On Friday, August 31 and Saturday, September 1, a visit to Superfly comes with Hai Hai's slurpy goodness in two rich varieties. Opt for the Tokyo shoyu ramen filled with triple broth of smoked chicken, seafood, pork, vegetables and noodles, or the vegan garden ramen with shiitake and konbu broth, marinated tofu, braised leek and noodles — both for $13 a bowl.
A small range of sides is also on the menu, including brussel sprouts in yuzu yoghurt, sweet corn with miso butter, pork belly bao and karaage chicken. There'll be Suntory yuzu highballs as well, which is the perfect drink for making you think you're not in Woolloongabba, or Paddington, but about a ten-hour flight north.
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