It’s been a while since I’ve been to Kenzo and while I don’t remember my first visit being overly memorable, we decided to head over there the other evening because I wanted a bowl of spicy comforting noodles.
Karashi Ramen ($9.95): special ramen with Japanese Karashi hot sauce
Of course the bowl of ramen is no where near the quality of the ramen you would find elsewhere (Santouka ramen or Kamamarui) but it satisfied my craving nevertheless. I chose to get it at spicy level 3 and it was the perfect amount of heat for me. Well, maybe it was a little on the too hot to handle side but that’s why I liked it so much. The noodles still had a bite to it which was awesome but the chicken was overcooked and dry. There could of been more veggies in it too but I’m a veggie monster so I say that about everything.
Chicken Katsu ($11.95): rice and chicken cutlet with side dishes
Grayson enjoyed his chicken katsu and said that the portion was quite generous. He compared it to the one he got at Samsoonie in terms of portion size and he could barely finish it because he was so full. Needless to say, he was quite happy with his meal and wouldn’t mind coming back for another.