The neighbourhood is still getting to know the new Ultramen Japanese Noodle Bar which just recently opened at Liberty Village’s 134 Atlantic Avenue.
If you’re looking for a delicious chicken-based ramen soup, Ultramen is where it’s at. Or if you’re looking for something to grab n’ go on the way home from work, this is a great spot to pick up some amazing dishes. Maybe even enjoy some Japanese beer, sake, or drinks.
Across the menu, you’ll find a variety of unique offerings above the expected ramen soups, including tsukemen dipping-style ramen, Hitachino Nest Beer, Shoyu, Shio, delicious and light broths, and all in sizeable portions.
The Ultramen Japanese Noodle Bar is winning raving reviews from residents in the neighbourhood. If you’re lucky enough to get in when it’s not too busy, it’s no trouble getting in and out in minutes with some delightfully, tasty food. Finally, Liberty Village has its own ramen noodle joint – as good, if not better than any of the other top spots in downtown Toronto.
And hey, there’s even a make-your-own cotton candy machine for a fun dessert on your way out! It’s a great place to take a date. If you’ve ever been inside a Japanese café or noodle joint, this has a very similar vibe.
There are already some arguing that the Ultramen Japanese Noodle Bar is the best restaurant in Liberty Village overall. Though it’s open from Monday through Sunday, the restaurant’s hours do vary so be sure to check online or give them a call before making a special trip. For example, as of publication, every day the Ultramen Japanese Noodle Bar closes shop between 3 pm and 4 pm. That hasn’t seemed to affect business in any way though as it continues to generate regular customers.
So if you’re looking for ramen in Liberty Village or something akin to a Japanese café, this is an awesome place to check out. It’s a great place to keep in mind this winter when you’re thinking of something to warm you up. The Ultramen Japanese Noodle Bar is a choice many Liberty Village-rs would recommend!