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.
The inside is cute and quaint. It can probably fit about 25 people or so inside.
Their specials for the day. That cold ramen was tempting. We also didn’t realize that the “R” stood for rolls. Oops.
The noodle section is interesting. Udon, soba, ramen, there’s even nabeyaki; haven’t seen that before in Calgary.
Bball wanted sashimi so we ordered a salmon sashimi combo (8 pieces).
Salmon was fresh, nicely cut and melted in your mouth.
Dynamite roll ($5.00), tuna nigiri ($1.75/each) and spicy calamari roll ($10.99)
We 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