Had a wonderful lunch at Manpuku. Ramen, pickled Japanese veggies, yakitori bowl, inari sushi, all excellent.
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The food is delicious, simple, and hits the spot, especially on a cold winter day. The restaurant is homely and is by no means glamorous, but who cares when you're dining on a $6 bowl of beef (niku) udon? Staff are polite, and it feels...More
The restaurant is located near a college campus so definitely has a college feel. Udon soups were very good and very affordable (see above: college campus). The different donburi were just ok. I had a hotate donburi which was forgettable.
I love this place! The prices are fantastic and the portions are generous. A dinner for two can cost under $20 and still leave you very satisfied. The staff is Japanese, which is reassuring as to the quality and authenticity of the food. They’re also...More
This is a hidden gem of a restaurant / eatery. It is located in 'The Grange' food court @ McCaul and Dundas Streets. If you are near China Town, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the University of Toronto or the Ontario College of Art and...More
Busiest restaurant in the little Hawkers corner below Village in the Grange and the smells were good. Lots of animated banter, Japanese clientele and friendly staff so gave it a try. The food didn't disappoint- "street food" it was, fresh cooked, tasty and good value.
The place is a little bite hot, they just have fans for ventilation:(. The udon is fantastic, especially with the soup which is rich of beef favour but light. Howeve the tsubugaiyaki has too much flour, hardly taste the favour of calm. Slow service but...More
Good selection of basic fare, nothing fancy, however some nice twists. Mainly udon and rice bowls. Usually busy, very good bang for your buck.
Slow service but amazingly delicious and affordable food (you can make your dish a combo for an extra dollar or so). They offer vegetarian alternatives to most of their dishes too, make sure to ask if you have those dietary restrictions as they are more...More
Always one of our favorites, Manpuku is our default whenever we are craving Japanese (and not sushi). Inexpensive with a wide variety of dishes to share, it is definitely worth the wait on busy days. Service is always cheery and welcoming and the food experience...More