Ramen-Ya is a small resto, with only a few tables and benches at the bar. However, it‚??s clean, sleek and tastefully decorated, and a lovely place to sit down and have a meal. The star of the place is their ramen soup, which is not to be confused with the insane amount of pho that is available in this city; no, the ramen soup here is lighter, less greasy, fresher and filled with ramen noodles.
Though the customer service on the phone was somewhat lacking in politeness, the pizza that arrived at my door made up for it in its sheer weight alone. Two medium pizza pies have never weighed so much.
I used to order a standard two eggs with ham, which comes with toast, potatoes and coffee. This time, I skipped that in favour of the ham and cheese stuffed French toast, and while this wouldn‚??t be a permanent order of mine, it was a nice change! The great abundance of cheese just oozed out of the sandwich, melted into salty ham. With a healthy dose of table syrup (real maple syrup costs extra), this savoury-sweet meal was a wonderful morning treat.
There is a plethora of chow mein dealers out and about, ranging from $2.00 - $3.00. Beware though, not all chow mein is created equal! Ignore th sellers who don't consider it worth their while to throw in at least a handful of bean sprouts...as good as chow mein is, it can not exist on noodles alone.
First of all, the pizza! It is leaps and bounds above the quality of pizza slices offered in the same price bracket; consistently fresh, with a thin crust and a perfect amount of cheese to make it just oily enough to still be considered junk food. Most of the time, our order consists of the cheese slice, but when they have other toppings available, they look very promising. In the mood for something a little different last time, we got the slice smothered in pesto, which added a real kick to an already fine slice of pizza.
Though we've already informed of the wi-fi toliets, there is still plenty to be discussed. I offer up the nitty-gritty of having to pee at a large-scale music festival.