I tend to frequent the West Loop Kinton Ramen and love it so I was especially excited to hear another location was opening in Wicker Park! When a popular ramen chain from Canada set up shop in the West Loop, we raised our eyebrows in interest. But Kinton had us at first slurp. Led by Executive Chef Aki Urata and our team of professional ramen chefs, we strive to offer our guests an extraordinary dining experience every time. Established in May 2012, KINTON RAMEN was one of the first authentic Japanese ramen restaurants in Toronto. After announcing plans to come stateside in January, popular Canadian-based Kinton Ramen made its West Loop debut late last month. The number of popular East Asian eateries in the West Island continues to grow. I came today for their grand opening. The franchise at 163 N. Sangamon St. is offering Chef Aki Urata’s pork and chicken ramen bowls. Kinton Ramen, a very popular chain based in Canada, opens its first restaurant in the United States on Saturday at 163 N. Sangamon Street in the West Loop. Established in May 2012, KINTON RAMEN was one of the first authentic Japanese ramen restaurants in Toronto. Kinton Ramen finally opens in West Loop. Visit MTLBlog for more headlines. Using the freshest ingredients to make the best quality noodles and broths, we invite guests to taste our exceptional ramen bowls right down to the last drop. Patrons can enjoy 50% all ramen at the new restaurant on opening day. Beloved ramen bar, Kinton Ramen, will open its first West Island location on February 29. Diners are able to customize their meals with 18 ramen add-ons. The Toronto import's menu is … I absolutely love curry, so the broth was especially delicious to me. They offered a 50% discount on all ramen today, and my friend and I both ordered the curry ramen, which was the December special.