Ramen Raijin 雷神 (Closed)

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Ramen Raijin offers a spacious alternative to smaller-scale competitors known for long wait times: the 70-seat space boasts a front dining area complete with bar, and a more secluded back room for quiet dining. Ten varieties of ramen can be made with either pork, fish or chicken stocks; but the best-seller is the Gyokai Tonkotsu Shoyu bowl, with fish broth, slices of pork shoulder and a blend of five kinds of soy sauce. While the ramen stimulates the taste buds, action in the open kitchen and a looming wooden statue of the namesake Shinto god of thunder stimulates the eyes. Those coming from the nearby Eaton Centre find this a convenient place for a post-shop slurp.

ramen raijin

Ramen Raijin 雷神 (Closed)

Ramen Raijin

Ramen Raijin offers a spacious alternative to smaller-scale competitors known for long wait times: the 70-seat space boasts a front dining area complete with bar, and a more secluded back room for quiet dining. Ten varieties of ramen can be made with either pork, fish or chicken stocks; but the best-seller is the Gyokai Tonkotsu Shoyu bowl, with fish broth, slices of pork shoulder and a blend of five kinds of soy sauce. While the ramen stimulates the taste buds, action in the open kitchen and a looming wooden statue of the namesake Shinto god of thunder stimulates the eyes. Those coming from the nearby Eaton Centre find this a convenient place for a post-shop slurp.