The Japanese word "hayate" has a meaning to "generate new wind."
Bhutan is also known as "the land of the wind". We started this restaurant with the hope of introducing Japan's noodle culture to Bhutan by marrying Bhutan's diverse ingredients with choice ingredients from Japan.
We make all of our noodles (We are using Japanese noodle machine), broth, “tare” (seasoning base) and toppings from scratch without using additives as much as possible. We also strive to use ingredients sourced locally from Bhutan.
For Bhutanese, we want to deliver the wind of new flavors that fills you with happiness. For Japanese residents in Bhutan, we want to bring you the wind of comforting taste that reminds you of home.
Please enjoy the "omotenashi" (hospitality) of our staff.
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