Chaco Bar Is Now Doing At-Home Frozen Ramen Kits


Like every other restaurant in Sydney, beloved ramen hotspot Chaco Bar has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdowns. And while the joint is working to operate around takeaway and delivery like many of its neighbours, it’s come up with another nifty and commendable way to serve its highly regarded ramen to the masses.

Chaco Bar announced on Instagram that it will be selling self-cook frozen ramen packs that allow customers to defrost and assemble their own steaming bowls of ramen at home using the restaurant’s rich broth, tender char siu, chewy noodles, and delectable toppings.

And the eateries new initiative has been well-received, with its post already garnering some 325 likes and 38 comments from excited patrons.

The ramen packs contain two serves, and currently, three different varieties are available: Fat soy, chilli coriander, and vegetarian tomato tantan, each for just $23. They even cater for gluten-free eaters for an extra $4.

For when you’re after a proper feast, the restaurant has also found a way to freeze its gyoza dumplings and curry packs. The curry and rice packs, with a vegetarian option, are both $10, while a 12-piece gyoza pack is $16. There’s also a 40-piece pack for $38, which is amazing value and an excellent freezer staple for when you just want a little snack.

Chaco Bar is located at 238 Crown Street, Darlinghurst.

To order, just call up or DM the eatery on Instagram and include your order, name, phone number, day and pick-up time.

Freshly cooked foods on the menu are also available, and able to be delivered to surrounding suburbs.

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