Where to Find the Best Ramen in Saskatoon

What better way to beat the winter blues than cozying up to a hot bowl of this feel-good Japanese comfort food?

Victoria Christie

Real talk: Eating ramen is socially acceptable at all hours. Whether you’re craving it during your quick lunch break, post-spin sesh or at 2 a.m. after a lit night at the club, here are the best ramen restaurants in Saskatoon to indulge in a heaping bowl of noodles. And if you want to plan a cross-country ramen-tasting tour (can we come?), click here to see all the best spots.

Saskatoon's Sticks and Stones is one of the best ramen restaurants in Canada

Spicy Ramen from Sticks and Stones (Photo: Bob Deutscher)

Cafe Japa Bowl

Find it: 821 Broadway Ave., japabowl.com
The atmosphere: This laid-back locale, also called an izakaya restaurant (a.k.a. a casual Japanese pub), has a petite interior that seats only about 20 people and a team of friendly, passionate chefs that have mastered authentic ramen.
Average cost: $13.95 to $15.95
What to order: The BBQ Pork Ramen, with tender pork belly, miso, ground soybeans, carrots, onions, green onions and a boiled egg

Sticks and Stones

Find it: 226 2 Ave. S., sticksandstonesyxe.com
The atmosphere: If you’re curious about where the city’s foodies go to get their ramen kick, look no further than this contemporary, ultra-cool eatery. The eye-catching Japanese-inspired murals add an edgy punch to the otherwise subdued black and wooden interior.
Average cost: $16
What to order: The Spicy Ramen, with pork and chicken broth, a farm egg, sliced pork shoulder, kimchee, nori and Korean chili for a kick

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