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The Best Ramen in Toronto

The Best Ramen in Toronto

The Best Ramen in Toronto

You're never too far away from a bowl of Toronto's best ramen. Thanks to the popularity of this comforting and hearty noodle soup, it's become easier and easier to find wherever you are in the city.

Built on a foundation of slow-simmered pork, chicken, seafood or vegetable broth, often flavoured with soy or miso, ramen is the kind of comfort food life so often demands. Brimming with an assortment of add-ins -- from springy, handmade noodles to nori, pork belly, soft-boiled egg, narutomaki or fish cake, scallions, greens and more -- each bowl is filled with surprises and offers a range of textures, flavours and satisfying bites.

Toronto's best ramen isn't just delicious and comforting. It's also one of the best restaurant deals there is. Unless you're in the mood to braise pork, simmer broth for more than a day, fuss with handmade noodles and fiddle with an array of delicate toppings, you'll want restaurant ramen the next time a craving hits. Trust the pros and sink into a bowl of comfort, no matter what the weather. With each slurp, each heartwarming sip, you'll understand why these are the best bowls in town.

51 Baldwin St

Kinton Ramen

Kinton Ramen

This noodle shop has been packed since it first opened up on Baldwin in 2012. Today, there are 11 GTA locations where you can find addictive bowls brimming with Kinton's hand-pulled noodles, slow-simmered pork and chicken broth, and myriad toppings.

1166 Queen St W

Ikune

Ikune

Ikune's Mazesoba, served without broth, is a ramen dish made of chewy noodles, ground pork, chives, nori, a sous vide egg and special soy sauce. Miss the broth? Ikune also has a soupy Spicy Pork Miso Ramen on offer.

The Best Ramen in Toronto

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The Best Ramen in Toronto

Christine Peddie

Christine Peddie

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You're never too far away from a bowl of Toronto's best ramen. Thanks to the popularity of this comforting and hearty noodle soup, it's become easier and easier to find wherever you are in the city.

Built on a foundation of slow-simmered pork, chicken, seafood or vegetable broth, often flavoured with soy or miso, ramen is the kind of comfort food life so often demands. Brimming with an assortment of add-ins -- from springy, handmade noodles to nori, pork belly, soft-boiled egg, narutomaki or fish cake, scallions, greens and more -- each bowl is filled with surprises and offers a range of textures, flavours and satisfying bites.

Toronto's best ramen isn't just delicious and comforting. It's also one of the best restaurant deals there is. Unless you're in the mood to braise pork, simmer broth for more than a day, fuss with handmade noodles and fiddle with an array of delicate toppings, you'll want restaurant ramen the next time a craving hits. Trust the pros and sink into a bowl of comfort, no matter what the weather. With each slurp, each heartwarming sip, you'll understand why these are the best bowls in town.