If you feel like you’re approaching sushi-saturation point, go for Ramen. Serving traditional Tonkotsu, cooked Fukuoka-style (a city in Japan), the noodles are super skinny and the cloudy broth packs a punch. The space is tiny, and intentionally so, as the size of the bar is part of the experience. (The Japanese typically order their ramen, eat, and leave—no lingering for hours over dinner and drinks, an experience we have come to expect when eating out.) There’s a second outpost on Robson Street.

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