Ajisen Ramen 味千ラーメン

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Ajisen's success is a testament to the international community's thirst for ramen (and love for the winking Anime girl mascot): the small, original ramen house started in Kumamoto, Japan in 1968 and now has more than 800 dining rooms around the world. The specialty bowl the noodle slinger has come to identify with is a white pork-based ramen from Southern Japan, though the menu covers some 40 varieties, incorporating curry, kimchi, miso and tomato. If you want to deviate from the bowl, opt for a sizzling tray of steak teppanyaki, fried gyoza or crispy spring rolls. The North York branch turns up the visuals, with hot pink seats (great for slurping in) and an illustrated menu, making choosing your preferred bowl a lot easier.

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Ajisen Ramen 味千ラーメン

Ajisen

Ajisen's success is a testament to the international community's thirst for ramen (and love for the winking Anime girl mascot): the small, original ramen house started in Kumamoto, Japan in 1968 and now has more than 800 dining rooms around the world. The specialty bowl the noodle slinger has come to identify with is a white pork-based ramen from Southern Japan, though the menu covers some 40 varieties, incorporating curry, kimchi, miso and tomato. If you want to deviate from the bowl, opt for a sizzling tray of steak teppanyaki, fried gyoza or crispy spring rolls. The North York branch turns up the visuals, with hot pink seats (great for slurping in) and an illustrated menu, making choosing your preferred bowl a lot easier.