Ramen 9000 serves noodles three ways, without the saturated, heavy and cloying qualities that Montrealers are used to.
Too bad the international chain is lacking in sizzle.
Grilled goodness, hot saké, cocktails and snacks in the Concordia ghetto.
We tried the Frenchy Japanese bistro fare at Thazard, a reasonably priced, late-night resto by the ramen specialists at Iwashi.
Sayuri Sushi Boutique, on central St-Laurent, offers a novel spin on sushi and maki rolls.
Want to expand your knowledge of sake, but don’t know where to begin? Check out our resident wino’s handy lexicon of sake terminology, plus suggestions for food pairings and some good Japanese restaurants to hit up in Montreal.
New ramen shop Misoya, a franchise of a Japanese chain, serves the most authentic ramen in town — at a premium.