Kenzo Japanese Noodle House

Located on Kingsway and Griffiths in Burnaby/New West area. I found this place a long long time ago, and recently visited due to low on ideas. This place is ran by Koreans, therefore their Korean dishes are generally verily decent. However they are also quite famous for their ramen.

When we got in, we were being seated at a table very close (or directly in front of) the door. It is not exactly warm these days and this totally made me think – “Really?” So we sat down anyways, and after a couple people in and out I just need to ask for a seat switch. She was really nice about it and let us pick our table (away from the door).

We weren’t too hungry so we simply ordered a bibimbap and a pork bone soup ramen.

Like most bibimbap, hot and fresh. Though I will have to say it wasn’t one of the best bibimbap I’ve tried.

This is favorite is soup base for ramen aside from miso, so usuually I would order this at different ramen places. Pork bone soup takes a very long time to make (the good ones at least) and Koreans seems to do this really well. So this is almost a must order every time I come here. Their pork bone soup base is very smooth and rich, but it doesn’t give you this very gross feeling after drinking its soup. 🙂 But if you are a meat eater, I would suggest you getting something else on the side. Like all ramen, it only comes with 3 pieces of meat. 😛

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