Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Kenzo Japanese Noodle House

Address: 138 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M5G 1C3, Canada
Website: http://www.kenzoramen.ca/
Telephone: (416) 205-1155
Date Visited: May 18, 2012.
Taste:  8.5 of 10
Service:  4 of 5
Atmosphere: 3.5 of 5
Price: $

I live right across from this little Japanese noodle house and almost too often I see a line up in front of the restaurant.  I've tried their ramen and they were good, but were they so good that deserves a line up?...I am not so sure. 

This place is relatively small and the tables were set really close to each other.  No one greeted us when we entered but they did move this one guy who occupied a 4 person table to a 2 person table so my group didn't have to wait.  Starting with the appetizers, we ordered the gyoza and takoyaki.  I always crave for takoyaki and the ones served here are definitely one of the best in Toronto!  The gyoza was good, but nothing striked me as outstanding.

We orderd several King Ramen and a spicy one which I am not sure what it's called.  I cannot really comment on what the other's thought about their ramen, but I felt the portion was slightly big for girls, and maybe not big enough for guys.  The ramen was good, had a good chew to it and the topings were delicious but not enough.  I always love the eggs in Japanese ramen... just cooked so the yolk isn't dry but also not runny.  Its also marinated so it actually has some flavors and not a plain old boiled egg. 

Overall, the experience in Kenzo was quite good but I didn't find it outstanding.  A lot of other ramen places could offer similar experiences. 

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