Japanese cuisine other than sushi is very new to Québec City and our very first authentic Japanese ramen joint has opened just over a year ago. Three Japanese brothers, who also own a popular sushi restaurant in the city, built Hosaka-Ya Ramen in a simple, "just like in Tokyo" style. It's small and boisterous, service is super quick and efficient, and hungry visitors are always greeted with smiles and a loud "Irasshaimase!", of course. Although I have to admit their broth doesn't have the depth of those I tasted in Japan, it's still delicious and satisfying and, most of all, it's the best place to warm up after walking around in Québec City's cold and snowy winter.
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