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Where To Get The Best Noodle Soup In Vancouver

best noodle soup in vancouver

It’s the ultimate comfort food and the best cure to any sickness. Check out where you can get the best noodle soup in Vancouver.

Whether it’s chicken noodle soup, ramen or pho—nothing can beat a hot bowl of noods.

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Best Noodle Soup In Vancouver

Hokkaido Ramen Santouka


Get your ramen fix at this joint with locations on West Broadway and Robson Street. They have a variety of flavours including Shoyu, Spicy Miso, Roasted Pork Cheeks and their classic Shio ramen.

Pho Tan


Cozy up with a big bowl of pho at this popular spot, with locations on West 41st Avenue and Main Street. They serve up traditional pho dishes and some egg or rice noodle soup bowls.


Baoguette Vietnamese Bistro


This cozy bistro has locations on Denman Street and West 41st Avenue. Their pho keeps people coming back for more. They also make a tasty beef noodle soup.

My Chau


This eatery is located at 1715 Kingsway and has a wide variety of Vietnamese-style soups. Their fried chicken pho just may be their most popular menu item, need we say more?


Rocky Mountain Flatbread Company


To get a classic chicken noodle soup, you have to check out this spot. They have multiple locations in Vancouver, including on Main Street and in Kitsilano. While they’re known for their pizza, their soup is seriously underrated. It features a house-made chicken broth, organic rotini pasta, carrots, free range chicken and a three herb pesto.

Jinya Ramen Bar


You can never get enough ramen in your life. Warm up with their lobster or spicy chicken ramen. Find them at one of their two locations, one on Robson Street and the other on West Broadway.

Bao Bei


This Chinese-style eatery has lots of loaded noodle bowls to dig into. Try their wheat noodles with braised and minced spicy lamb shoulder in a smoked pork broth with sesame paste, chili oil and cilantro. They’re located at 163 Keefer Street.


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