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RAMEN DANBO ROBSON STREET JAPANESE FOOD – VANCOUVER FOOD REVIEWS – GUTOM.CA

#ramen #japanesefood #gutom RAMEN DANBO Ramen Danbo is a chain of Japanese ramen shops serving spicy Ramen. “Tonkotsu ramen crafted in the Kyushu Hakata style.” – Ramen Danbo Menu At Ramen Danbo you can choose noodle thickness, noodle firmness, thickness of broth, and amount of spice. Similar to Ramen Horin there is a scoop of chili presented in the center …

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SUSHI AT FUJIYA JAPANESE FOODS SUPER MARKET – VANCOUVER FOOD REVIEWS – GUTOM.CA

Fujiya is a Japanese market in Vancouver with a large selectionof imported products, and Ready-To-Eat foods! You will find all kinds of sushi, bento, and even curry! Fujiya also offers complimentary tea! What We OrderedSalmon Roll $4.95Tuna Roll $4.95Negitoro Roll $5.45Sashimi $8.95Cooked Renkon Root $1.70Japanese Curry $6.95 PRICE:$ Very Affordable! QUALITY:Good quality. Prepared fresh. Clean. SERVICE:Nice complimentary tea! Self-serve super …

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RAMEN HORIN AND SAKE SOFT OPENING ROBSON STREET JAPANESE – VANCOUVER FOOD REVIEWS – GUTOM.CA

RAMEN HORIN + SAKE SOFT OPENING Ramen Horin is a new ramen shop on Robson Street. Ramen Horin specializes in Fukuoka ramen Tonkotsu broth, but it has spicy chili sauce. Soft Opening Menu – Simple menu, with option forcustomization and toppings. No Sake or Gyoza. Limited toppings.Note: We were told they are considering putting gyoza on the menu. Ajitama Ramen …

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KINTARO HANDMADE TONKOTSU RAMEN JAPANESE NOODLE SOUP – VANCOUVER FOOD REVIEWS – GUTOM.CA

  Kintaro Handmade Tonkotsu Ramen is a popular authentic Japanese noodle soup restaurant that has been in Vancouver’s West End for many years. Located in small space at Robson and Denman across from Stanley Park, Kintaro’s popularity never seems to fade, despite other ramen shops opening up all over the area. There is always a line to eat here because …

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POWELL STREET FESTIVAL 2018 JAPANESE FESTIVAL – VANCOUVER FOOD REVIEWS – GUTOM.CA

Powell Street Festival is a celebration of the Japanese-Canadian culture in Vancouver.It is held at Oppenheimer Park in East Vancouver. A 2-day event with martial arts, family activities, historical walking tours and of course FOOD! What We Ordered: BBQ Salmon Dinner Plate $10Comes with rice, and coleslaw. Salmon BBQ was slightly salty. Cooked well and not burned.It fell apart very …

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JAPANESE CREAM PUFF AT BEARD PAPA’S BURNABY LOCATION – VANCOUVER FOOD REVIEWS – GUTOM.CA

*This is a new Burnaby Beard Papa’s location.* Beard Papa’s is a global Japanese cream puff franchise. Beard Papa’s location in Burnaby at Imperial and Royal Oak featuresBubble tea on their menu. We OrderedGreen Tea Cream Puff 6 pieces. The texture of the puff and cream is a very tasty combination! The green tea matcha cream puff is powered with …

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CURRY KATSU AND MORE AT HI GENKI FAMOUS JAPANESE SENIOR HOME BURNABY – VANCOUVER FOOD REVIEW – GUTOM.CA

HIDDEN GEM / SECRET EATS Hi Genki is located INSIDE a care home for seniors.The restaurant is the dining area used by the residents. It is very popular with the lunch crowd. Most people wouldn’t think about eating at a senior home, which makes Hi Genki a very unique experience. The menu features rice bowls, curry combos, and more.Hi Genki …

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CHOCOLATE FREEZE SLUSH AT FAMILYMART PHILIPPINES – VANCOUVER FOOD REVIEW GUTOM.CA

Staying cool in the Philippines with drinks from FamilyMart Originally from Japan, FamilyMart is a popular convenience store around Asia. The Philippines can get very hot so staying cool is especially important. Why do you think the shopping malls are so massive? Air conditioning is your friend! Go to FamilyMart for snacks, a cold tasty beverage! FamilyMart in the Philippines …

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UNCLE TETSU’S JAPANESE CHEESECAKE NOW OPEN AT BURNABY METROTOWN MALL

UNCLE TETSU’S JAPANESE CHEESECAKE Uncle Tetsu’s Japanese Cheesecake is officially open at Metrotown Mall in Burnaby. The international franchise has legions of fans waiting 2 hours in line just to get a taste of Japanese style delight, and other baked goods on their menu. The Japanese Cheesecake is the obvious star of the show. It can be best described as …

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ALL YOU CAN EAT SUSHI TOMOKAZU JAPANESE RESTAURANT VANCOUVER FOOD REVIEW AYCE

AYCE Tomokazu Japanese Restaurant is known for their All You Can Eat sushi menu. Popular with the lunch crowd, the menu offers a variety of sushi, and various cooked items like fried chicken karaage, udon noodle soup, and more. WARNING AYCE LOVERS: This restaurant doesn’t have Sashimi on their AYCE lunch menu. You’ll have to settle for the Nigiri for …

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