Ramen Gojiro / Vancouver

501 Dunsmuir St Richards Vancouver V6B 3K4
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 11:00 - 22:00
average 1031 votes
Blogger Reviews @ Ramen Gojiro
Ramen Gojiro
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Ramen Gojiro: Gatsuri-Style Ramen in Vancouver
Ramen Gojiro: Gatsuri-Style Ramen in Vancouver Ramen Gojiro is a new ramen shop in Downtown Vancouver and it is part of the Menya Kouji group that also owns Ramen Butcher and Taishoken. They specialize in jiro-style/gatsuri-styl ... continue Foodology.ca · Blog
Tips from the Net @ Ramen Gojiro
Liz MacDonald en
Best ramen in the city. Delicious broth, tender noodles, hearty servings. When you order spicy... you actually get spicy!!! The staff are always really great, no matter how busy. The fact that they serve 33 Acres beer is a plus! GooglePlace - November 2017
Sudeep Mohan en
First time at this place. Usually the line up is out the door but got lucky today and got in pretty quick. They have a small menu but everything is really delicious. Two choices of soup light and heavy. You can customize the spice level from mild to atomic hot. I had a spicy chicken karage with heavy flavourful and it was bowl licking delicious. If you are into chicken or pork you wort be disappointed. Cheers GooglePlace - November 2017
Bao Sandra en
The taste of soup was good. A little bit greasy but acceptable. Noodle was not bad either!! GooglePlace - November 2017
L Lee en
Great food at reasonable prices. Long line up is worth the wait. Please note a minimum of 1 order per person, i.e. two people can't share 1 order. GooglePlace - October 2017
Katherine Szerk en
Long line ups, but worth the wait. Ramen is consistent and service is efficient. The normal soup base is rather bland, so opt for the spicier options for a more flavourful kick. Tip is to take the fried chicken out of the ramen or it will get soggy real quick. GooglePlace - September 2017