Japanese Noodle House

On a holiday Monday, we were debating where to go when I remembered it’s been awhile since my original visit to Japanese Noodle House. It hasn’t changed one bit.

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We dropped by around 2:15pm and were the only people there. Menu’s still the same but there’s always a few specials up on their chalkboard.

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Gyoza ($7.00)
DSC02142You get 7 pieces. Small but nicely pan fried and hot.

Ebi suno mono ($5.99)
DSC02146S thought it was pretty authentic. I’ll take her word for it as she’s a halfer and speaks fluent Japanese. Shrimps looked really fresh.

Ramen spicy pork (soya base) ($10.99)
DSC02145L got the same thing he did last time he was here. Spicy broth and solid noodles.

Nabeyaki ($17.99)
DSC02147I decided to try something new and ordered the nobeyaki. Comes in those heavy speciality clay pots (called nabe which the dish is named after). Tons of stuff inside including udon noodles, shrimp, mussel, imitation crab, fish cake, egg, spinach, enoki and shiitake mushroom and green onion.

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Dashi broth was light but flavourful. Noodles retained its great, chewy texture. Great portion too.

Dynamite roll ($5.00) and sake roll ($4.00)
DSC02148I only tried one sake roll. Decent. L and S thought the rolls were pretty average.

Still a solid gem in my books. Stick with the traditional Japanese items on the menu and you’ll be satisfied.

Japanese Noodle House
#1, 1120 – 13 Street SW
Calgary, AB
(403) 228-9582

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