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Kinton Ramen

$10 signature ramens on May 18 (dine-in only)

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Their pork original ramen(if you like rich fatty broth) and an order of chicken karaage is still one of my favourites. Portions are normal. $14.99 for ramen is actually on the low side compared to other places.
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KINTON RAMEN’s 10th anniversary is on Wednesday, May 18, 2022. To celebrate, all their SIGNATURE RAMEN will be $10 on May 18, 2022. Each bowl of ramen will come with a cute take home gift (while supplies last)!
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mark_98 wrote: I'm not trying to gatekeep, but Kinton is deadass awful compared to other ramen spots. To be its like the Mcdonalds of ramen vs going to a burger joint. I haven't hit up all the places, but its def the worst imo. Isshin and Konjiki are the best I think
Youre draaagginggg this lol relax. Dont know why people shit on Kinton so much. Its actually pretty good but yes the portions could be a little better but overall pretty good.
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Borders on disgusting. IMHO. They must go through a sack of salt a day.
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With the recent plunge in the value of the Yen I'm pretty sure it's cheaper now to buy a bowl of ramen in Tokyo than in T.O.
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Is Kinton the best? Definitely not, but still a decent bowl of noodles. $10 seems like a fair price to me. Wouldn't go for $15 unless I was really craving ramen and that was my only option.
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tfong010 wrote: Borders on disgusting. IMHO. They must go through a sack of salt a day.
ya hella salty, but apparently thats how authentic japanese ramen is...
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Never even heard of this place before - however, I also don't really eat Ramen so that could be why.

Definitely going to try this place, but just not today incase it's busy haha
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Wasn’t there amex offer just use up the gift card
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poopooplatter wrote: Wow a lot nitpicking here. Small portions? Seriously? I'm usually extremely full after dinner at Kinton. Ya it's expensive, but all the ramen places are now. Kinton is delicious, and the people complaining are being ramen Karens. (ramkens?)

See you on the 18th. (unless there's a line, then probably not)
Maybe you have a small stomach
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rageguy wrote: I still recall pho and ramen could be had for $10-12. Nowadays, $16-20.
Small is 11.95 at Ben Thamn, Burlington.

Still pricey haha.

People need living wages.
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Can we order more than one at that price, bring our own containers and take the second and third bowl home?
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alanbrenton wrote: Can we order more than one at that price, bring our own containers and take the second and third bowl home?
Not sure. You can definitely try and report back! The flyer does say Dine-in only though...
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Raddo wrote: Not sure. You can definitely try and report back! The flyer does say Dine-in only though...
That's why I said I will bring containers (separating noodles from the broth LOL).

I mean if I order three, they'll bring out three bowls correct? That's all I really needed to know -- i.e. not limited to one serving per guest.

Gasoline so expensive these days, need to do batch buying.
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Decided not to pursue deal :)
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bringing your own doggie bag. That's original. Are you sure you want to go this route?

It's not even like their Ramen is that good to begin with. Small portions, toppings are just enough to feed a 3 year old.
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chooraymond wrote: Maybe you have a small stomach
Maybe you have a small brain? Just kidding. I actually do have a small stomach.
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Queen west location isn't that busy right now. The Karrage ramens are not included in the deal.
Had the chicken original, it was a pretty decent bowl of ramen. The free gift was a fridge magnet lol

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