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Once considered a poor man’s food, ramen was created to feed the starving people following WWII. The rich bone broth, thick cuts of pork belly and wide noodles perfect for slurping were ideal for filling hungry bellies. What was then considered a low brow dish has exponentially grown in popularity, becoming a sensationalized staple of the culinary world. The craze has spread globally, with ramen shops popping up all over the world, with long lines being the status quo.
Toronto is home to several shops throughout the city, offering everything from tsuke-men to shoyu to miso. Here are our favourite spots to satisfy your deepest of ramen cravings.
Spicy miso ramen.
Miso black ramen with chashu, spicy kakuni, egg, shiitake and garlic oil.
Tonkotsu black ramen with pork chashu, kikurage and spicy sauce.
Miso tan tan basic ramen with chashu pork.
Tantanmen ramen with minced pork and chili oil.
Mild shio signature clam broth ramen with white truffle oil.
Gekikara ramen with pork cha shu, homemade hot sauce and chili pepper.
Kyouka ramen with pork and chicken chashu.
Shoyu ramen with chau siu.
Isshin ramen with pork belly cha shu.