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Touhenboku Ramen (Richmond Hill)
While I was perusing the menu at the newest (third) location of Touhenboku Ramen located in Richmond Hill, I searched back in my archives on stenoodie and realized that it’s been two years since I first stepped into the first … Continue reading
Posted in Food Tagged 1070 Major Mackenzie Drive East, @TouhenbokuRamen, Black (Garlicky) Ramen, Black Garlic, Chashu Chicken Don, chicken karaage, Dessert, dinner, food blog, foodie, Japanese, Karaage, Mille Crepe, newest location of Touhenboku Ramen, pork shoulder, ramen, restaurant review, Richmond Hill, Takoyaki, Touhenboku Ramen 1 Comment
After our inaugural visit to Toronto’s first cat cafe, TOT The Cat Cafe, the three of us headed for dinner nearby. Since we didn’t stay very long at the cat cafe or ate or drank anything too substantial, it was the … Continue reading
Posted in Food Tagged 100% natural sea salt, 421 College Street, @ramenisshin, bamboo shoots, chicken karaage, Chinatown, Deep Fried Pork Gyoza, dinner, downtown, food blog, foodie, Garlic Shoyu Ramen, green onions, grind up your own white sesame in ramen, Japanese, Karaage, Kensington Market, No Noodle No Life, One Heart One Ramen, pork belly cha shu, ramen, Ramen Isshin, Ramen Isshin review, restaurant review, soft boiled marinated egg, Takoyaki, thin wavy noodles, Toronto, White Sesame Shio Ramen, wood ear mushrooms 4 Comments
Tapas at Hapa Izakaya!
It’s been a while since I’ve been to an izakaya and I just love sharing small plates of food because you get to try so many dishes! 😀 Stephen and I went to Hapa Izakaya on a Friday evening. Unfortunately, … Continue reading
Posted in Food Tagged 602 College Street West, @hapatoronto, College Street West, crème brûlée, downtown, food blog, foodie, gluten-free, grilled squid, Hapa Izakaya, Ika, Ishiyaki, izakaya, izakayas in Toronto, Japanese, Japanese Arancini, Japanese style fried boneless chicken, Japple Pie Gyoza, Karaage, Little Italy, Matcha Crème Brûlée, Nasi Goreng Ishiyaki, Ocean Wise, restaurant review, Spicy Salmon Salad, tapas, Toronto Leave a comment
Ramen Lunch at Kenzo Ramen (North York)
Last Tuesday, Jason, Clarissa, and I had lunch at Kenzo Ramen. Last month when we had lunch at Joon’s next door, I spotted this Kenzo and kept it in the back of my mind to go for our next lunch, and … Continue reading
Posted in Food Tagged 4860 Yonge Street, bamboo shoots, chicken karaage, fish cake, food blog, foodie, free wifi, Fried chicken, Japanese, Karaage, Kenzo, King of Kings Ramen, lunch, North York, ramen, ramen noodles, restaurant review, roasted pork, seaweed, Sheppard Station, Shio Ramen, Shoyu Ramen, sliced egg, Toronto, Yonge Street Leave a comment
Ramen Raijin with Zulu & Banh
The ramen-hoping duo, Zulu & Banh, invited me to one of their famed ramen tours. They have been to over 20 ramen houses around Toronto and the GTA, looking for the best Japanese ramen noodles, toppings, and soup base. I … Continue reading
Posted in Food Tagged 3 Gerrard Street East, @BZeating, @ramenRAIJIN, chicken breast char-shu, College Station, downtown, food blog, foodie, Garden District, Japanese, Japanese fried chicken, Kara-age, Karaage, kikurage mushroom (black fungus), pork shoulder, ramen, Ramen Raijin, restaurant review, Ryerson, salt flavoured ramen, Tonkotsu Shio Ramen, Tonkotsu soup, Toronto, Yonge 1 Comment
After our Da Vinci Code room game play at EscapeZone, we went for ramen! It was definitely the best choice of food on a chilly -19 C degree day. We decided on Sansotei Ramen on Dundas near Bay. Sansotei is … Continue reading
Posted in Food Tagged 179 Dundas St West, @SansoteiRamen, beef bowl, black fungus, downtown, egg, food blog, foodie, Fried chicken, garlic oil, Gyudon Beef Bowl, Japanese, Karaage, popular, pork belly, ramen, restaurant review, Sansotei Ramen, thick noodle, thin noodle, Tonkotsu Black, Toronto, Zangi (Deep fried chicken) 2 Comments
Ramen lunch at Niwatei Japanese Restaurant
I haven’t seen Angel in a couple of years and we finally were able to schedule a day to have lunch together and catch up. It’s been a while since those Saturday tutoring days! Angel had been to Niwatei Japanese … Continue reading
Posted in Food Tagged cream puffs, food blog, foodie, inari, inari sushi, Inarizushi, J-town, Japanese, Karaage, lunch set, Markham, miso based soup, mitsumame, Niwatei Japanese Restaurant, pork bone, ramen, restaurant review, Steeles, Tonkotsu Miso Ramen 12 Comments
Sea Urchin Shooters & Stone Grilled Beef at Kingyo Izakaya!
This past long weekend was an amazing long foodie adventure. It started off with some raw food, speeding on Segways, and having Mexican brunch. At night time, a fellow foodie friend and I went to Kingyo Izakaya on a journey … Continue reading