Japanese, Asian, Soups
Wheelchair Accessible, Seating, Table Service
Craving Ramen we went to this restaurant and were pleasantly greeted and seated promptly. They have solo seating bars and a few tables one of which we luckily snagged as we had a toddler. The menu has a great selection of ramen (soup and the…original dipping ramen) along with other small side type dishes (gyoza, char sui rice etc). Everything we had was amazing and the prices are very reasonable. We will definitely be back when we are in the downtown area again!More
I ordered the original tsukemen with cold noodles. The noodles were perfectly cooked and the broth was tasty. It had a half a runny egg and a few slices of chashu pork inside. The broth was tasty but could have been a lot hotter. Otherwise…my lunch was most enjoyable and reasonable value for 13 CADMore
Perfect spot for a cold and rainy day. They do 6 ramen flavors only. Mine was just right – enough broth and spice to warm me up. Very tasty.
The ramen here is somewhat different from what we had expected. Instead of miso, the soup base was made with kimchi broth, which was tasty though not as thick as the miso broth. The sliced pork on top – your choice of lean, fat or…half-half – was delicious.
All kinds of Japanese noodles for dinner! We had tsukamen – original, spicy and garlic. Dip warm, chewy ramen noodles in a thickened sauce – comes with chiasiu and half a soft boiled egg. Tonkatsu and miso soup noodle with chiasiu, egg, sprouts, green onions….Tastes good. Busy place but service was fine.
I am by no means a Ramen House conniseur, maybe I’ve had Ramen three times. If the Ramen community needed a place to convince first time Ramen tasters that this is a meal they would like to enjoy more of Taishoken should be their flagship….Good busy atmosphere, efficient and friendly staff and very very tasty Ramen. This place is gong to become a favorite go to place whenever I happen to be downtownMore
We ordered the Tsukemen and Ramen, The noodles for the Tsukemen is okay but the Ramen is very bad, too soggy and no element, the soup or broth way too salty and had no deep, just plain salt. bad experience not like their grand parent…in Japan, They don’t approved the grand kid to open the shop here in the USA. that’s why nothing will be learn from the Grand Master.
Good place for tsukemen, tried them in Japan before and was excited to see them open in Vancouver. Over all quality was good, but the one’s in japan were better. They used to have heated stones in your dipping broth to keep it hot, but…no longer offer that. Brother is rich and flavourful, but could be greasy and too salty for some. I think it works really well with the thick chewy noodles and you can add some hot clear broth to thin out the dipping sauce at the end or half way through to heat up your dipping sauce.
Got take out here, the ramen was very good and gyoza was delicious. Definitely would recommend checking it out! The portions were decent too. Will be back if I’m back in the area.
This really hit the spot on a rainy and slightly chilly day, just a few blocks away from our Airbnb. I’m not a ramen expert, so I can’t speak much to the quality, but I was personally happy with my bowl of pork ramen. It…was simple and unpretentious, had a bit of everything, and filled me up in the end. Their service is efficient and friendly.