Shoyu ramen from Marutama (Marutama/ Facebook)

5 best ramen spots in Burnaby you need to try

Fall = ramen season 🍜

By Simran Singh | September 22, 2021 |11:38 am

On a chilly fall day, there is nothing better than a hot bowl of ramen. We asked our readers what their favourite ramen spots are in Burnaby and here’s what they told us.


This global chain originated in Kawaguchi, Japan, in 2001 and established its first Vancouver outpost in 2013. Now, with a Marutama location in Burnaby, you can stick close to home while enjoying Marutama’s large variety of ramen made with fresh noodles, chicken broth, and Aosa (sea lettuce) shipped directly from Japan. Marutama came highly recommended by several Burnaby Beacon readers, so you know this is the spot to go for delectable, creamy, ramen.
Address: 5278 Kingsway

Yaguchiya Ramen

“Ya is the best in Burnaby,” says Beacon reader @deanmara_0315 on Instagram. This spot first opened up in Yokohama, Japan in 1994, and now Burnaby residents can head to its location on Kingsway for some delicious traditional ramen.
Address: 4679 Kingsway

Ramen Gaoh

This spot in Burnaby Heights selects its organic miso from multiple areas in Japan in order to create the perfect balance of sweetness and umami in its creamy ramen.
Address: 4518 East Hastings Street

Hakkaku Ramen

“I really like Hakkaku Ramen on Hastings near Willingdon. It’s very tasty, run by a really lovely family and reasonably priced,” said @myra_mc on Twitter.
Address: 4530 Hastings Street

Kamamarui Ramen & Don

“Best in Burnaby. Their dons [and] agedashi tofu are good too,” says Paul H on Twitter.
Address: 6514 Royal Oak Ave and 4219 Hastings Street

Coming soon/special mention

Jinya Ramen: Jinya Ramen used to be located near Metropolis at Metrotown before it closed down. A new location will be opening soon at The Amazing Brentwood. We’ll keep an eye out and let you know when this popular ramen chain opens its doors once again in Burnaby.

Looking for more Burnaby foodie spots? Check out our Vietnamese restaurant list here. 

Simran Singh

Managing Editor at Burnaby Beacon

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