Shogun Ramen - Of all places, Richmond Hill??!!!!!
- Charles Yu Nov 23, 2012 04:34 PM
I was driving north along Yonge, north of Major Mackenzie, when, out of the corner of my eye I noticed a place with a really small store front and a neon open sign flashing. To my amazement, its a Japanese Ramen noodle house name 'Shogun'!! Has anyone been??!
Man!! The number of Ramen places opening up around town is becoming epidemic proportion!!
Apparently it's supposed to be decent and probably the best for an uptown optionn but not quite the quality of sansotei.
The broth is cooked for 48 hrs .
There's an article on post city.
Just tried them out tonight. Korean owned and operated.
Tonkatsu Ramen at $9.95 a bowl. Very good milky and flavorful broth, decent not too al dente noodles, 3 thick slices of rather fatty and chewy Char Siu, nicely cooked eggs. All in all, an acceptable product for Richmond Hill. In fact, better value and taste than the $14 Momofuku Ramen. At least closer to home and no need for me to drive down to Kenzo on Yonge & Steeles for decent Ramen.