|Wood carving of Raijin, or Thunder God. Note the torso that appears to be another face.|
|One of Raijin's (and Motomachi Shokudo's) specialties, Bamboo Charcoal Dark Miso Ramen.|
Raijin was definitely comparable to its sister Motomachi Shokudo in Vancouver, and is a worthy stop in Toronto. I, however, got to try another new addition to the ramen scene, and, without giving away my review just yet, suffice it to say that I hope Toronto's ramen scene grows further as Torontonians' appetites for global food diversifies.
Name: Raijin Ramen
Address: 3 Gerrard St. E., Toronto, ON
Cuisine: Japanese, Ramen
Price Range: $10-$20