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Ramen Isshin, residing in Harbord Village away from the flurry of ramen outposts in Downtown's Core, is the go-to for Japanese soul food on College St. You can't pass on the red miso ramen, a mix of red and white miso adding flavor to wok-fried veggies swimming in sake and tonkotsu (pork) broth. Calligraphy adorns the walls here, setting a subtle Tokyo scene in the fast-casual space, as non-soup plates like rice bowls and fried chicken (karaage) supplement the soupy noodles coming hot from the open kitchen. Asahi beer makes a cooling, authentic addition to any meal.

Isshin Ramen 一心

Ramen Isshin, residing in Harbord Village away from the flurry of ramen outposts in Downtown's Core, is the go-to for Japanese soul food on College St. You can't pass on the red miso ramen, a mix of red and white miso adding flavor to wok-fried veggies swimming in sake and tonkotsu (pork) broth. Calligraphy adorns the walls here, setting a subtle Tokyo scene in the fast-casual space, as non-soup plates like rice bowls and fried chicken (karaage) supplement the soupy noodles coming hot from the open kitchen. Asahi beer makes a cooling, authentic addition to any meal.