Japanese Noodle House

Japanese Noodle House is probably the most generic name you can think of but don’t let that fool you. It’s a mom and pop shop run by a humble, kind family.

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The inside is cute and quaint. It can probably fit about 25 people or so inside.

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Their specials for the day. That cold ramen was tempting. We also didn’t realize that the “R” stood for rolls. Oops.

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The menu actually has quite a few options; appetizers, sushi, sashimi, bulgogi (randomly there’s Korean), donburi, tempura and noodles. Click here to see the full menu (123/3a).

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The noodle section is interesting. Udon, soba, ramen, there’s even nabeyaki; haven’t seen that before in Calgary.

Miso soup
DSC09967This came with one of our orders. Standard miso starter.

Salmon sashimi ($13.99)
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Bball wanted sashimi so we ordered a salmon sashimi combo (8 pieces).

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Salmon was fresh, nicely cut and melted in your mouth.

Spicy pork ramen ($10.99)
DSC09968Litaly got his with chicken instead of the standard pork.

Pork ramen ($10.99)
DSC09969Oks asked if she could get her broth unspicy and they said it’d be no problem.

Spicy pork ramen ($10.99)
DSC09970We got our ramen with no changes. The broth was light but had nice depth. It tasted very homemade; like you would get at a Japanese home. Sometimes simplicity is best.

Dynamite roll ($5.00), tuna nigiri ($1.75/each) and spicy calamari roll ($10.99)
DSC09973We rounded things off with a couple rolls and nigiri. The spicy calamari had a slight kick to it; the calamari was satisfyingly crunchy and well breaded.

Definitely coming back. If you’re a traditionalist, Japanese Noodle House will be a hit.

Japanese Noodle House
1120 – 13 Street SW
Calgary, AB
(403) 228-9582

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