Cuisine type

  • Japanese,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
  • French,
  • Japanese,
1844 Rue Sainte-Catherine O, Montréal, QC H3H 1M1
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Un petit "boui boui" qui ne paye pas de mine, mais la file d'attente à certaines heures ne trompe pas : c'est un endroit qui sert une cuisine de grande qualité, créative, et faite sous vos yeux ! A découvrir absolument !

Atmosphere: 4/5
Food: 5/5
Service: 5/5
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Discover Montreal’s best ramen restaurants

Discover Montreal’s best ramen restaurants

Kazu is tricky – they only serve ramen at lunch, and they’re a tiny restaurant that doesn’t take reservations, and always has a long line of people (come rain, shine or freezing weather) waiting to get a table. They serve shoyu ramen with sliced BBQ pork (shoyu ramen means that soy sauce is added to the ramen broth). Don’t fool yourself into thinking that all soy sauces are the same, ramen chefs pride themselves on their choice of soy sauce. And while you’re at Kazu, don’t stop at ramen, try their tuna salmon salad rice bowl, their pork cheeks, and their shrimp burger.

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14-minute walk - For lovers of Asian food, Kazu offers a unique and interesting menu that’s sure to have a few new things for you to try. Between the shrimp burger and beef carpaccio, you can take the opportunity to enjoy cocktails or a delicious Japanese sake. With a chilled out vibe, Kazu provides the perfect place to gather your friends and your energy for the night ahead.

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Delicious Japanese lunches in Montreal

Delicious Japanese lunches in Montreal

Perhaps not the fanciest place on the list but probably my favourite Japanese lunch spot in town, Kazu has been ultra-popular since day one. The ramen is a must with its freshly made noodles. The tuna and salmon bowl, and the 48 hours pork bowl are to die for. And the shrimp burger … OK, everything is amazing here.

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