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  • asian,

Atmosphere

  • casual,

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  • restaurants,
Location
261 Queen Street W, Toronto, ON M5V 1Z4
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  • $11 to $25,

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Ratings & Reviews - Touhenboku Ramen

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Good ramen for the price.

Decent restaurant. Located between downtown and Chinatown on Queen West street, this handmade noodle restaurant offers a good bang for you buck. They offer not only ramen, but also other Japanese dishes (donburi, ebimayo, takoyaki...) The service is somewhat slow, maybe we arrived at the wrong timing. The price is decent (12$ for a bowl) and the environment is clean. Overall, I would still recommend if you're craving for some ramen near the financial district.

Atmosphere: 4/5
Food: 4/5
Service: 4/5
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This open-concept ramen joint gives you a mouthwatering view of fresh ramen being cranked out of a state-of-the-art noodle maker by noodle master, Keiichi Machida. Their flavourful and fresh ramen offerings are colour coded on the menu, so you won’t have to worry about getting caught in tongue twisters while ordering. The “white” ramen is creamy and delicious, just as it says on the menu, while the “red” ramen is not as spicy as you might fear. If you’re fighting off a cold, and need a punch of flavour to wake up your senses, try out the garlic-infused black ramen.

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