White bowls


Jasmeet Singh, who was born and raised in India, came to the U.S. in 2007, and honed his chef skills at several Japanese restaurants. Singh spent the last nine years as a chef at the popular Noble Fish in Clawson. He notes that it was his love that he developed for Japanese ramen that made him want to venture out and open his own restaurant, Shiromauru.  “The name Shiromaru means white bowl in Japanese and describes our signature dish – the creamy milky white ramen,” says Singh. Shiromaru’s menu includes five ramen bowls: classic tonkotsu; chicken paitan; shoyu chintan; and a veggie shoyu which can be made to order gluten-free with an eggless noodle.  The sushi list is extensive and has specialty rolls such as the Las Vegas roll with salmon, avocado, cream cheese, deep fried and topped with spicy mayo, jalapeno and sriracha, and the Seattle roll with shrimp tempura, cucumber, avocado topped with salmon, honey, spicy mayo and eel sauce. Although there are no alcoholic options at this point, Singh says that in the future, he plans to add sake, wine and beer. The light-filled interior of Shiromaru has a classic minimalist Japanese design with seating for about 60 patrons. Being located right in the heart of Troy’s commercial office district, the restaurant is also a popular and convenient carry out destination. 5365 Crooks Road, Troy shiromaurtroy.com

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