Kinton Ramen

Kinton Ramen has been around for sometime and it was my first time there…  I was actually quite amused by the location of the restaurant because it is located in a very enclosed area in downtown Toronto where surprisingly a lot of similar types of restaurants nearby.  Inside of the restaurant is quite unique and modern, although it is a tiny space but it actually feels quite large due to its tall ceiling.  Like other Japanese IZAKAYA or other noodles places, the workers will greet you once you enter the restaurant which gives you a very warm home coming feel.  Because it is a Japanese noodles soup restaurant, the menu is very simple and I just love the way you can choose the thickness of their rich and flavourful soup base of your choice.  Not to mention, they do have something like rice, noodle soup bowl and a drink combos for a very affordable price.  I was pretty satisfied with my rice and noodle soup, the portion is just right for me, not too much noodles and just enough toppings.  This is a highly recommended place to go in my opinion but there is only one catch, parking is a bitch since it is in a very compact enclosed area in downtown, there is a big chance that you might have to park really really far away from the restaurant, which might end up with a very long walk, not cool during winter 😛  But if anyone is going there, can I car pool?  hehe

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Rating: 6.0/10 (2 votes cast)
Kinton Ramen, 6.0 out of 10 based on 2 ratings


    • Karl Ng on January 3, 2014 at 9:18 pm

    I love the noodles there too, if you go next time, take me with you hehe

    • Eric on January 3, 2014 at 4:59 pm

    I just went there today!! 😛

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