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Ajisen Ramen in TORONTO

kb913 | Oct 16, 200511:28 PM     21

Went to ajisen ramen (warden & steeles) yesterday (saturday) and it was absolutly PACKED with people. I had to wait a while in line for it, but it was definatly worth it. great friendly atmosphere. With as much people eatting as people waiting to be seated and the frequent japanese phrases that they yell, it was definatly a unique experience. But more importantly, the ramen was really good. Alot better than some of the ramen that ive tried at other japanese places around. I was talking with one of the people that worked there and apparently they ship the noodles in from overseas!? does anyone know if this is true? I had the ajisen spicy noodle and it was VERY SPICY! i ended up having to buy 2 pops. price wise, its only cheap compared to other japanese places. i think its definatly worth my money. it was definatly worth the long line up.
anyways, has anyone else been there? what are your thoughts? also, does anyone know what they are saying every few minutes in japanese?

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