Ramen in Toronto just got the ultimate upgrade! Lobster Ramen is becoming increasingly popular on menus at noodle houses in the city.
Once synonymous with Instant Noodles, ramen in Toronto is all about rich deep broths, scratch-made noodles, and luscious add-ins like soft runny egg yolks and succulent chashu.
Lobster is just the latest deluxe addition to soup bowls and it’s on offer from at least two Toronto restaurants!
Konjiki Ramen in North York and now Ramen Raijin on Wellesley, are both dealing in these seafood-studded ramen bowls.
While Ramen Raijin is only just introducing the dish, Michelin-recommended Tokyo-to-Toronto import Konjiki Ramen has been offering Lobster Ramen since its debut earlier this year. Exclusive to the Toronto location, the bowl of pork miso soup featuring a fresh whole lobster and lobster cream reduction is available in limited quantities every Wednesday.
Sure $28 for a bowl of ramen might seem pricey, especially compared to the instant packets at the grocery store but seriously… there’s a whole lobster in it.
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