Ramen Isshin, my favourite Japanese ramen restaurant in Toronto, is now opening another new location. This time, it is located inside the Assembly Chef’s Hall, which is located right at the heart of the financial district of downtown Toronto.
This Chef’s Hall will be the first of its kind with 18,000 square feet of space, combining amazing chefs together to serve and provide amazing food to the masses. In summary, there are 17 different vendors that you can purchase food, beverages, dessert, pastries and you can decide to indulge the goods at this Chef’s Hall or you can take out and get back to your home or office and enjoy your food.
Ramen Isshin, at this Assembly Chef’s Hall offers their signature appetizers as well as its signature ramen at this location as well. My favourite white sesame shio ramen is available here. If you like its popular tan tan, it’s available also. Appetizer such as kaarage are served here as well. The best part? Ramen Isshin maintains its consistent high quality of its food at this Assembly Chef’s Hall location as well and I think it’s KEY to a restaurant success.
Peeps who loves ramen and happen to live or work at the financial district, you are in luck! You can walk in the Chef’s Hall on ground level, but most of us who knows the PATH very well will know the way to take the escalator to this Chef’s Hall. There is no need to wear jacket or winter boots when the Chef’s Hall is PATH accessible.
Come try the Ramen Isshin at the new Assembly Chef’s Hall today.
Ramen Isshin (located inside the Assembly Chef’s Hall – Toronto)
111 Richmond Street West