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Tenko Ramen Donating Portion of Sales to Relief Efforts

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JESSICA GIESEY
  • Jessica Giesey


Though skies are sunny over San Antonio, loads of local eateries are stepping up to the plate to help relief efforts in the areas of Texas who are still taking a toll of what Hurricane Harvey destroyed.

At 100 percent of Tenko Ramen's barbacoa gyoza sales on Tuesday will be donated to Mercy Chefs, who are on the ground volunteering to feed our fellow Texans affected by Harvey, both in Rockport and in Houston.

The crispy barbacoa ramen is served with cilantro, onion, togarashi salsa ranch and is available for $5. The ramen shop opened last month inside The Pearl's Bottling Department Food Hall.

312 Pearl Pkwy.

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