Dining around Toronto, you would think that the Japanese subsist on sushi and teriyaki alone.
Izakayas, the unpretentious Japanese gastropubs that are now all the rage on the West Coast, have all but passed the city by so far.
And Toronto's few excellent kaiseki places, with their elaborate, seasonal dishes and correspondingly hefty price tags - Mississauga's otherworldly Kaiseki Yu-Zen Hashimoto is easily one of the best restaurants in the city - aren't exactly designed to compete with the appeal of the all-you-can-eat sushi bar...
Fast food (Japanese) nation. One place to start is Kenzo Ramen, with its stripped-down menu and service to match. Kenzo offers three basic ramen and a handful of fancier ones. Owner Daniel Park makes a point of pulling his own Korean wheat noodles and simmering his bone-based stocks for 20 hours...
Oh, ramen. Saviour of the student. Balm to the bachelorette. Your quick hit of cheap, sodium-saturated satisfaction has always been there for us - when we were broke, when we were too lazy tomake anything else, when we needed something to soak up the vicious mix of hunger and alcohol roiling about in our stomachs somewhere past midnight.s...
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