Sansotei Ramen Review

Sansotei-2 A couple weeks ago, I went to Sansotei Ramen south of Yonge and Bloor. By this time, you have seen the likes of Kinton Ramen, Momofuku, Santouka, and Sansotei compete for the best Toronto ramen. Michael Zhang, a Japan-trained chef, brings his ramen to a relatively new and cozy atmosphere. Serving up the traditional ramen including a spicy TanTan ramen where limited quantities are made daily, the shop is Japanese simplicity at its finest. A staple appetizer is the “Zangi”  ($4.50) (typically known as Karage, or fried chicken), was a great way to start off the meal. Sansotei-1 Fortunately, I ordered the last Spicy TanTan Ramen ($9.60). The broth was a winner. It was creamy, flavorful, with a hit of spice at the end. It was a hearty meal, which I would order again for Winter. Whenever you order ramen, you can have the option of thin or thick noodles. I prefer the thin noodles mainly because it’s easier to eat. Overall, I was incredibly satisfied with the quality of ingredients, noodles, and broth. Sansotei-3 For dessert, we ordered the “Daifuku” ($4) (glutinous rice cake, or mochi, with a sweet filling). This comes with two pieces of mochi, one was green tea and the other was chocolate, both dusted with matcha and cocoa. The daifuku was a fantastic way to finish a meal. Delicious wallet-friendly eats can be found at Sansotei. Enjoy! Sansotei-4 Sansotei-5 Sansotei-0 Sansotei Ramen 650 Yonge St. Toronto, Ontario M4Y2A6


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