Great news, ramen lovers! Kinton Ramen has officially reduced the price of its signature bowls, which means your next savoury bowl of noodles will be less of a splurge!

Effective April 29th, the reduced rates are valid across all of its Canadian restaurants, including spots in Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, and Ottawa.

This comes just a month after the popular ramen joint opened two new locations in Vancouver, which prompted the restaurant to look at the growing economic challenges facing its customer base in Canada.

“We understand the financial pressures facing our customers, and we are committed to supporting them by offering high-quality dining experiences at more affordable prices,” says Daiki Takane, Vice President of Operations at Kinka Family, the parent company of KINTON RAMEN. “Our goal is to be a practical option in a challenging economic landscape.”

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Reduced price

According to the restaurant, the Pork Original Bowl will drop $2 in price, from $17 to $15. This certainly makes grabbing lunch or dinner all the more enjoyable!

Note that the chicken and veggie ramen bowls (original and shoyu) are also priced at $15.

The price drop also coincides with the addition of Kinton’s new spring and summer menu options, which include Kin-Kin Cold Ramen, Chilled Tsukemen, Beef Mazemen, and Spicy Beef Mazemen.

What’s more, Kinton Ramen is set to have 45 storefronts across North America by the end of the year. So no matter where you choose to dine, you’re likely to have a Kinton ramen restaurant near you!

Cheers to delicious ramen at a more affordable price point!