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We're not going to lie, sometimes it rains in Vancouver and the best way to stay warm on a wet and grey day is to dig in to a big bowl of hot ramen. Erase any memories you have of ramen from your... Read More
We're not going to lie, sometimes it rains in Vancouver and the best way to stay warm on a wet and grey day is to dig in to a big bowl of hot ramen. Erase any memories you have of ramen from your college years, this is the real deal. The West End's Denman Street is known as downtown Vancouver's ramen hub and there are a handful of different restaurants to choose from. Motomachi Shokudo offers unique broths and toppings that are a change from the more traditional (yet so delicious) options you may be more familiar with. Start off with their pan-fried gyoza before digging into your big bowl of ramen. The choice of broth for your ramen is up to you, but the miso charcoal broth is a popular choice. The portions are quite large so come with an appetite.
740 Denman St
Vancouver, BC V6G 3C1
- Thu-Tue Noon-11pm
- Best for Asian Because: There are a number of excellent ramen places in Vancouver, but Motomachi Shokudo scores major points for having a variety of broth choices.
- Best for Restaurants with Healthy Menus Because: Ramen isn't always the most healthy dish, but when the craving strikes, head to Motomachi Shokudo. The bamboo-charcoal dark miso ramen is a healthy option.