We had to pick up Nanzaro from his training run from the dyke near Tim Horton on No. 3 Road on a Sunday around 11:30AM. After we picked him up, we went for lunch.
We went to the new Sanpoutei Ramen in Kam Do Plaza. We were there just about noon and there was a line already. We waited for at least 20 minutes before we get a table.
We can view the making of ramen at the waiting area.
The seating area is quite pleasant. The kitchen area is also visible.
Nanzaro ordered the Tori Spicy Miso Ramen with flavoured soft-boiled egg. It has two slices of aburi chashu, vegetables and minced chicken. It was quite pricey at $13.00.
I ordered the Tsukemen with is Sanpoutei’s specialty. It has a rich aroma of dried sardines and bonito.
I like the experience of dipping the cold noodles into the hot and flavourful stew.
For this dish, we were also given a pot of wari soup to be added to the remainder of the stew to be enjoyed as a broth.
Ben ordered the Chashu Don which came with meat cooked in 2 way.
Ben also ordered a side order of chicken karaage.
Cash and debit card is accepted here. The food is good with a slightly higher price.