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Quebec City’s only authentic ramen joint is run by two Japanese brothers (who also own an excellent sushi restaurant in Limoilou) Passing through the restaurant’s door, diners are transported straight to Tokyo with a welcoming shout from the staff of “Irasshaimase!” and brisk, no-fuss service. Ramen bowls are generous and flavorful, but the rest of the menu, featuring a range of small dishes under $10, should not be overlooked: the karaage fried chicken is deservedly popular.

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Hosaka-Ya Ramen

Quebec City’s only authentic ramen joint is run by two Japanese brothers (who also own an excellent sushi restaurant in Limoilou) Passing through the restaurant’s door, diners are transported straight to Tokyo with a welcoming shout from the staff of “Irasshaimase!” and brisk, no-fuss service. Ramen bowls are generous and flavorful, but the rest of the menu, featuring a range of small dishes under $10, should not be overlooked: the karaage fried chicken is deservedly popular.