Whether it’s prepared in a savoury beef broth or served on a plate covered in marinara and meatballs, you can always rely on noodles to satisfy any type of craving.
Here are some Vancouver restaurants when you can try noodle dishes for $10 or less.
A hole in the wall right on the corner of Main and King Edward, this Malaysian restaurant is hard to pass up because of their authentic South East Asian flavours, filling proportions, and extremely affordable prices. Most of their dishes run from $6-$8 (the fried kway teow being one our favourites).
Address: 4127 Main Street, Riley Park
Hida Takamaya Ramen
The West End is a hub for the best ramen spots in the city and Hida Takamaya is a true testament to that fact. Found on the second floor of the Robson Public Market, most of their dishes are $10 or less. We highly recommend ordering the shio spicy ground pork ramen with vegetables for $9.50.
Address: 1610 Robson Street, West End
A perfect noodle fix for health-conscious diners, you can customize your own stir fry for $9.95. Free of MSG and full of fresh, organic ingredients, you can opt for gluten-free and vegan alternatives to suit your dietary preference.
Address: 360 Cambie Street, Gastown
Basil Pasta Bar
Pasta is the ultimate comfort food. For those on a budget, try Basil Pasta Bar, which gives you the choice of customizing your preferred noodle and sauce for $7.95 .
Address: 636 Davie Street, Downtown
Ha Long Bay
If you want that perfect combination of rice noodles and juicy tender meat steaming in flavourful beef broth, the rare beef and beef ball is a must try for $6-$8, depending on whether you choose a small or large bowl.
Address: 430 West Pender Street, Downtown
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