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My husband and I went to dinner here and it was awesome. We had both been craving good ramen for weeks, and it did not disappoint. We both built our own ramen bowls with the house broth and chicken. It was so yummy!!! It’s so...More
I have been about four times now and had the Tonkotsu Miso Ramen with pork shoulder each time and I love it. It's a little pricier than I'd like but very nice and not a whole lot more than many of the other lunch options...More
First of all it's busy and probably for good reason.
It is quite small inside.
I ordered the mild ramen and I have to say it was really good.
The noodles are all fresh and you can taste the difference.
I thought the broth was...More
It’s been a while since I’ve enjoyed Ramen as delicious as was served here at Touhenboku ... I resided in Japan for many years and had that “natsukashii” (nostalgia) feeling with the warm hospitality and great food ... highly recommended 🙋♂️
We went to the restaurant an order three different dishes, unfortunaly the ones of us that eat the meat lover ramen with pork belly, got sick. The meat inside the ramen was cold. We had a very bad night after this.
We went on a Friday in the dinner hour and ,not surprisingly ,the place was busy. Server was quick to take our oder. For starters, we ordered octopus balls which were one small square of octopus in a ball of breading. There were six in...More
Keeping in mind that the subject looks me pretty much sums up what most expect to find along this stretch of Queen, it is only because ramen can be so much better and there are several options in Toronto, that I rated it lower. It...More
We grew tired of the endless offering of sandwiches in the Distillery District and found this little gem. We went in and were seated right away. They have flights of Sake which is great and different plates to try. We opted for a selection of...More
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