I saw this Noodle Restaurant after lunch while walking down to the Waterfront to see the Olympic cauldron. I was too full to eat, but still had to poke my head in to look at the menu.
The good: there was about a dozen different types of ramen available.
The bad: for each type of ramen, there was a corresponding udon. e.g. Shoyu Ramen or Udon. Miso Ramen or Udon.
The ugly: Really? Ramen or Udon? Ramen or udon purists out there know that you can’t just substitute noodles like that and call it a day.
Or, maybe I’m completely wrong and the Sapporo Ramen Shogun geniuses somehow manage to make it work. The place was pretty crowded. If anyone would care to enlighten me, maybe I’ll try it out on a future trip to Vancouver.
Sapporo Ramen Shogun
518 Hornby Street, Vancouver, BC
At the waterfront:
What’s the excitement? Who or what’s on the other side of the fence? Is it a celebrity ramen chef?!
Oh, it’s the “imprisoned” Olympic Cauldron!
That fence is in the way. Here, let me help you with that.
2 thoughts on “sapporo ramen shogun – vancouver, bc”
Hi edjusted that’s really exciting you’re up there! Yeah, I’m usually weary of places named shogun or samurai.. kabuki..
@Dennis: Thanks. Haha, yeah, I agree. Though “Kabuki ramen” might be ok…on second thought, maybe not…hahaha.