I’m a huge ramen fan and I try to check out new places when I can! I enjoy pretty much all food as long as it’s food but here are a few short reviews on my favourites. I would love to hear your suggestions too !! 😊
Danbo - creamy broth and you can customize the bowl to your liking using little sheets of paper like in Japan. The chashu is pretty fatty but has good flavour. All in all, a solid bowl of ramen for good prices.
Jinya- super close to my house so I’m biased but they have my fave marinated eggs and a great appy selection too! The broth is kind of oily but you can ask for a veggie based soup or less salt. Also, it’s a bit pricier than other options at ~ 15$ / bowl.
Santouka - Tbh I never really liked this place - it was too salty and I thought the bowls were too small. But I started going more since my friends LOVE it and it just grew on me. The egg that comes with the combo isn’t a soft egg but it comes with a rice bowl that’s really yummy and flavourful too. The broth has an aftertaste that’s pleasant too. Just don’t come here during peak hours.
Ramen Butcher - they have unlimited noodles !! I usually get the orange bowl which comes with an egg and the noodles here are thiccer than usual. You can customize your bowl too and the pieces of meat are quite large.
Gojira- they have these maaaasive bowls that are stacked with sprouts and come with pieces of chashu as big as my hand. Seriously, two people couldn’t finish one bowl. Their chicken karrage with mayo is also one of the best I’ve ever tasted.
Marutama- my fave place for chicken broth ramen! They have little garlic chips you can add to your bowl and honestly I would eat the entire canister if I could. The broth is pretty complex and has a kick to it but isn’t so heavy that you’ll feel sick. The egg is super well marinated but the gyoza can be a hit or miss. Also, sometimes they run out of rice later in the day
Me and a couple of friends are going to the mall on friday, looking for a place to grab a bite for dinner that isn't too expensive but offers traditional asian food! I'm liking the looks of it Wah Wing and Kam Ding Dim sum, but are totally open to other recommendations! Thanks!
My boyfriend and I are going to Vancouver next month and we're huge foodies. Need suggestions for the best places to eat! Best bubble tea place? Best place to get pasta? Best pho place? Best Korean barbecue? Best dim sum? Best ice cream place? Best brunch place? Best place to have a burger? Best place to eat a steak?
Hi Vancouver! I'm a Chef that will be visiting your city for the first time next week. I have some reservations but I'm on the fence about one of them, Royal Dinette. I'm already heading to L'Abbatoir where Jack Chen is now the Chef. Looking for other suggestions. I'd like something that can represent the Pacific Northwest!
I also have reservations at Sushi Bar Maumi and Hawksworth. Money isn't an issue.
Visiting Vancouver for the first time in many years and I want to see what the quality of the places in Vancouver that are considered both really good and not overpriced is like. Mainly spots in downtown Van, but willing to travel around depending on what a place offers. For Korean, looking into good BBQ, ddeokbokki, and fried chicken. For Latin American food, pupusas and tamales are what I'm looking for mainly. Thank you r/vancouverfood for your help :)
I went to the Water St Cafe last year, and their menu posted at dineoutvancouver.com today is identical to the one I had last year... Looking at other menus, there were notes at the bottom like "Our 2016 Dine Out Vancouver menu may be our best yet..."
i have been craving for Apple strudel so baddddd since I got back from Vienna tour....! I love drinking coffee. but something is missing without that juicy delicious strudel....!! HELPP MEEE orelse I have to fly back again to Vienna!
No kittens... but there will be the best artisanal frozen treats found in Vancouver. Johnny's pops, Kombucha ice cream floats, Nice Vice, Earnest, etc... :D
Not too bad for a night out in general and only about $60. Discounts are there if you book in advance. Plus a fraction of the cost compared to other cooking classes.
Wondering where I can find a restaurant in metro Vancouver that serves authentic Belgian cuisine. When I went to Belgium I really loved the "Mosselen-friet" and Liege waffles. Their fries " friteries" are awesome!