Jinya Ramen Bar

I went out with my coworkers today to Jinya Ramen Bar. Beware, this place is popular and the line up is long! I had Tonkotsu Red Pork Broth, which has pork chashu, kikurage, green onion, Japanese leek, seasoned egg, dried seaweed, red hot chili and spicy bean sprout. I only got my spiciness on a humble 1. Carmen got gyoza and chicken karaage. I liked the karaage for not being too greasy and not too salty. It really felt like comfort food more than something crazy gourmet. I can see the appeal to this place – after sloughing work all day, coming here to relax and eat what feels like home-made food is appealing.

I scored myself some Asahi beer and relaxed, listening to my coworkers talk about ghost stories!

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About Nathalie

Nathalie is a producer, photographer, videographer and writer based in Vancouver. Between travelling to Toronto and LA for film festivals, she enjoys cooking and dining around Vancouver's vibrant restaurant scene. She enjoys delicious, affordable eats in and around the city.