Any feedback for GOOD udon/soba soup in the Vancouver area?
Ezogiku maybe... JWh did you try Soba Ten when you were in Calgary?
Much as I am fond of Ezogiku, I do find their broth a bit on the salty side. Anyone else think so too?
I concur- the thing is that Ezogiku in Honoulu uses a trad PORK broth and it's frankly disgusting. I actually cannot get enough of Ezo's curry fried rice- short grain rice makes such good fried rice- and dabbed with that spicy miso they have on their tables- mm mm!!
I'm pretty sure that Kintaro here uses a traditional all pork broth too. I like both Ezo and Kintaro :)
I haven't yet - we ended up going to Towa Sushi on 4th instead. However, I will be back in Calgary next week and Soba Ten is on my list of things to try - should I keep it on my list?
Oh, God yes!!!
If top-quality ramen is acceptable, then I'd say Kintaro which is located at 788 Denman Street. House-made noodles, your choice of light or fatty broth. Regular, lengthy lineups are a testament to the quality of their soup.
Posted on the wall last time I was there (kintaro) that they opened a second location in Richmond - now all I need is a good bowl of SOBA!
Hmmm... okay... how about Ichibankan downstairs at 770 Thurlow? Menu link is posted below.
has the Rmd location opened yet? anyone??
If I could tag on to this message I'd also be interested in which place is best for people that are very sensitive to msg?
The udon noodles at Gyoza King can't be beat. The PERFECT texture.
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