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At Jinya Ramen Bar, the relationship between broth and noodles is so important that the restaurant’s motto is “No ramen, no life.” Jinya’s key to authentic Japanese ramen is its broth, which is slowly simmered for more than 10 hours, garnering flavors from whole pork bones, chicken bones, vegetables and ingredients like bonito, dashi, and kombu. The noodles that deftly sink to the bottom of the ramen bowl and absorb all of these heady flavors are aged for three days before they even see Jinya’s long, open dining room. Enjoy the noodle-broth relationship in incarnations like black or white tonkotsu ramen or Spicy Chicken Ramen, with chicken broth chicken chashu, spinach, spicy bean sprouts, Tokyo negi, green onion, and thin noodles.

Jinya Ramen Bar Toronto

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At Jinya Ramen Bar, the relationship between broth and noodles is so important that the restaurant’s motto is “No ramen, no life.” Jinya’s key to authentic Japanese ramen is its broth, which is slowly simmered for more than 10 hours, garnering flavors from whole pork bones, chicken bones, vegetables and ingredients like bonito, dashi, and kombu. The noodles that deftly sink to the bottom of the ramen bowl and absorb all of these heady flavors are aged for three days before they even see Jinya’s long, open dining room. Enjoy the noodle-broth relationship in incarnations like black or white tonkotsu ramen or Spicy Chicken Ramen, with chicken broth chicken chashu, spinach, spicy bean sprouts, Tokyo negi, green onion, and thin noodles.