Ramen noodles are now hot in Toronto. Visit these three spots to slurp up the Japanese staple.
1 Situated somewhat incongruously in the heart of Chinatown, Japanese chain Ajisen Ramen ladles out more than 50 varieties of ramen in a “southern-style” pork bone soup.
2 The handmade noodles at three downtown locations of Kenzo Ramen can be a quick snack or a full meal, depending on whether you choose a “basic” soup, or a bowl loaded with pork, vegetables, seafood and more.
3 From the owners of Guu, Kinton Ramen offers house-made noodles in a collagen-rich broth that comes in four styles—miso, sea salt, soy sauce and chili.