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10 Essential Places to Eat Ramen in Montreal

Be conquered by the noodles, broth and/or protein

updated: Nov 04, 2022

10 Essential Places to Eat Ramen in Montreal

Ramen is a traditional Japanese dish with many variations of broths. One thing is certain, many restaurateurs in the greater Montreal area have been able to reproduce these techniques.

The broth will simmer for a minimum of 12 hours to bring out a maximum of flavors, the noodles will be prepared on the spot, and the good quality meat will make the difference in your appreciation. 

The ramen recipes that we find the most in Montreal restaurants are tonkatsu, miso, shoyu, or vegetarian.

Pull out your planners, we have 10 addresses to suggest to you the next time you want to enjoy a tasty bowl of ramen in Montreal.


YOKATO YOKABAI

4185, rue Drolet, Montréal, H2W 2L5

View More  (514) 282-9991

They were the first to set up shop in Montreal and offer a Tonkotsu ramen made 100% on-site without MSG. The pork bone broth is cooked on-site for 12 hours, which gives it a rich and unique taste. They offer 3 other equally good alternatives: Torikotsu (chicken broth), Gonami (sesame broth), and the vegetarian one made with mushrooms. 

10 essential places to eat a ramen

KUMAMOTO RAMEN

1812, rue Ste-Catherine O, Montréal, H3H 1M1

View More  (514) 935-0777

Enjoy a unique experience in Montreal by being able to order and eat without talking to anyone directly from your seat. Choose which noodles, which cut of pork, the recipe, and the toppings of your choice, before ringing the bell to place your order. When ready, you will be given the soup through the bamboo curtain. All you have to do is enjoy it alone! If you are thirsty, a water tap is installed in the corner of your counter to refuel yourself, without interaction. Beyond the experience, the ramen is absolutely delicious.

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10 essential places to eat a ramen

KINTON RAMEN

Multiple locations

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With more and more locations, this chain was the first to offer ramen in Toronto in 2012. In addition to offering seasonal ramen, they have the original recipe, shoyu, miso, and spicy garlic on their regular menu. All of these broths are offered with a choice of pork, chicken, or vegetarian protein. 

10 essential places to eat a ramen

RAMEN ISSHIN

Multiple locations

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Also from Toronto, Ramen Isshin can now be found in Quartier Dix30 and on Mont-Royal. They offer a wide variety of broths, which allows you to return several times to explore them all. You can choose between 4 main categories: original, red miso, shoyu, and vegetarian. Don't be surprised to see a line up on weekends, they are popular!

10 essential places to eat a ramen

RAMEN MISOYA

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Specializing in pork or vegetarian broth-based miso ramen, they have different variations for the proteins such as pork, breaded shrimp, or vegetables. Other specialties include miso curry and tantan. To visit on Bishop or at Place-des-Arts.

10 essential places to eat a ramen

RAMEN NAKAMICHI

5329, boul. St-Laurent, Montréal, H2T 1S5

View More  (514) 802-8899

A little gem in the Mile-End, Nakamichi has a small team that produces miracles in everything they prepare, from baked goods to wonderful ramen. Believe us, each bowl is worth the wait, as it is concocted with meticulousness and passion. 3 variations are offered: the signature recipe, spicy ramen, and yuzu. 

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10 essential places to eat a ramen

UMAMI RAMEN & IZAKAYA

6660, rue Clark, Montréal, H2S 3E7

View More  (438) 375-6660

Completely vegan and equally delicious ramen is totally possible at Umami Ramen. Thanks to the importation of a Japanese noodle-making machine, the establishment makes its own homemade noodles from organic wheat, as well as making its own broths, tsukemono, kombucha, and sprouts! Don't hesitate to try their Japanese tapas at the same time.


KÒI NOODLE BAR

1775, boul. St-Martin O, Laval, H7S 1N2

View More  (450) 682-5335

This noodle bar is located in Laval, we go there to enjoy a good bowl of ramen or pho soup. As a fusion cuisine restaurant, there are more than 7 different broths and recipes of ramen including general tao chicken, beef, and Tokyo shoyu. Accompany your meal with a bubble tea to refresh yourself! 

10 essential places to eat a ramen

TSUKUYOMI RAMEN

Multiple locations

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Located in the heart of Mile End and on Bishop Street, Tsukuyomi serves smooth and delicious ramen. Tonkatsu soup and vegan options, a rich menu with original spices and of course fresh noodles, are made in-house every day according to Japanese traditions. In the summer, the cold ramen is perfect to beat the heat while eating a comforting dish.

10 essential places to eat a ramen

SUMO RAMEN

1007, boul. St-Laurent, Montréal, H2Z 1J4

View More  (514) 940-3668

We're heading to Chinatown to enjoy a bowl of Sumo Ramen. There is no shortage of variety, as they have over 15 different ramen options ranging from vegan to spicy beef ramen. There is something for everyone, both in the soups and the other dishes on the menu.

10 essential places to eat a ramen

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