Did you know March is National Noodle Month?

We know the perfect way to celebrate – with a big bowl of noodles! Toronto has so many incredible restaurants serving up noodle dishes but we’ve narrowed it down so you can indulge in the very best while you take on National Noodle Month. Here are 10 of the best noodle dishes to try in Toronto.

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Dan Dan Noodles at Sunnys Chinese

You can find Sunnys Chinese and their incredible Dan Dan Noodles in Kensington Market.

These noodles are simple but so delicious with chilli oil, ground pork and peanuts.

Where: Sunnys Chinese, 60 Kensington Ave Units 6-14

Mafalde Al Funghi at Gusto 101


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This popular dish at Gusto 101 is ordered often for good reason.

The Mafalde Al Funghi is a rich pasta dish with portobello, porcini and oyster mushrooms all tossed up in a truffle cream sauce.

Where: Gusto 101, 101 Portland St

White Sesame Shio Ramen at Ramen Isshin

In my opinion, this is the best ramen dish in the city. The White Sesame Shio Ramen from Ramen Isshin is classic yet flavourful and the noodles are always perfect.

Where: Ramen Isshin, 421 College St & 609 Queen St W

House Special Noodle at Noodle Me 

Head to Noodle Me for their House Special Noodle and thank me later.

The House Special has sliced beef, braised lamb, BBQ chicken chop, beef tripe, fried egg, pickled turnip, cilantro, and scallions – YUM.

Where: Noodle Me, 2422 Bloor St W

Crown Cacio E Pepe at Bar Vendetta


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If I’m going to Bar Vendetta, I’m getting the Crown Cacio E Pepe no matter how many times I tell myself I’ll try something new, it’s just that good.

Not only is this noodle dish fun to look at, but it’s also equally as yummy with ricotta, lemon, butter and black pepper.

Where: Bar Vendetta, 928 Dundas St W

Spaghetti at Sugo 

The spaghetti from Sugo is a staple when it comes to pasta in Toronto. It’s simple and it’s full of flavour. 10 out of 10 no notes.

Where: Sugo, 1281 Bloor St W

Four Foot Belt Noodle at MIMI Chinese


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Yep, you read that right. The Four Foot Belt Noodle is exactly that and it’s delicious too. This continuous noodle comes with grass-fed beef, black sesame and pink shrimp.

Where: MIMI Chinese, 265 Davenport Rd

Classic Pho at Pho Hung

Pho Hung is one of the most well-known pho spots in the city.

This place knows what they’re doing when it comes to noodle dishes and I always find myself ordering the classic Pho dish with rare beef, brisket and tripe cooked in beef broth. *Chefs kiss*

Where: Pho Hung, 350 Spadina Ave

Scampi Linguini at Rasta Pasta

Please, if you haven’t tried Rasta Pasta yet, do so immediately.

Rasta Pasta is in Kensington Market and is a Jamaican Italian fusion spot!

Their pastas are all incredible but my personal favourite is the Scampi Linguini with linguini and shrimp, tossed in a succulent coconut cream curry sauce.

Where: Rasta Pasta, 61 Kensington Ave

Cold Noodles with peanut sauce at Hey Noodles

Hey Noodles serves up authentic flavours of Sichuanese cuisine.

If you’re ordering from here you can build your own noodle dish! I recommend the cold noodles made spicy, with peanut sauce and cucumbers.

Where: Hey Noodles, 478 Dundas St W