$19 for a Four-Course Japanese Dinner at Ramen Jinya ($39.70 Value)

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In a Nutshell

Four courses of traditional Japanese dishes, including bowls of tonkotsu ramen, salad, and five-piece portions of gyoza and karaage

The Fine Print

Expires Jan 30th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for prix fixe menu. Not valid for alcohol. Dine-in only. Not valid before 3 p.m. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

A meal can bring friends closer together, much like a camping trip or a pact to never mention what happened on the camping trip ever again. Have an evening you'll never forget with this Groupon.

$19 for a Four-Course Dinner for Two ($39.70 Value)

  • Two ramen bowls (a $10.75 value each)
  • Two salads with organic veggies (a $2.75 value each)
  • Five pieces of gyoza (dumplings) (a $4.25 value)
  • Five pieces of karaage (fried chicken) (a $4.95 value)
  • Two sodas (a $1.75 value each)

Ramen Jinya

Peeking through the floor-to-ceiling windows at the front of Ramen Jinya’s shop, passersby on Robson Street can see a variety of traditional Japanese dishes topping the modern-style tables. Myriad tonkotsu ramen dishes—such as pork broth brimming with spinach, fried onion, bamboo and pork-belly char-siu—support toppings ranging from seaweed and broccoli to wontons and leeks. Chefs can also prepare each dish to go, allowing skateboarders to impress the judges by balancing bowls of curry on their heads.

Ramen Jinya

Peeking through the floor-to-ceiling windows at the front of Ramen Jinya’s shop, passersby on Robson Street can see a variety of traditional Japanese dishes topping the modern-style tables. Celebrating their first anniversary on August 4, 2012, Ramen Jinya offers myriad tonkotsu ramen dishes—such as pork broth brimming with spinach, fried onion, bamboo and pork-belly char-siu—support toppings ranging from seaweed and broccoli to wontons and leeks. Chefs can also prepare each dish to go, allowing skateboarders to impress the judges by balancing bowls of curry on their heads.