Toronto restaurant awarded prized stall at Yokohama ramen museum

Ryus Noodle Bar, a beloved Toronto ramen restaurant, was invited to set up a food stall at the Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum, according to a CBC News story published on September 12. The museum only has slots available for two non-Japanese restaurants, making the honour a significant achievement for the restaurant’s chef and owner, Ryuichiro Takahashi.

A fire in 2017 at the restaurant’s original location forced Takahashi to move to a new location. However, judges from the museum had visited both locations, and were convinced they should invite Ryus Noodle Bar to the museum on the strength of the restaurant’s chicken shio (salt) ramen.

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