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At its heart, Nomiya is a local, family-owned business that has been in the restaurant industry for over 45 years.  Our head chef, Jeff Chan, started his culinary career in 1971, specializing in Asian cuisine – specifically, the labour intensive art of Dim Sum. Chef Chan moved to Canada in 1988 with his family, including his wife, Kin; daughter, Wing; and son, Tony.  He proceeded to open several successful Asian restaurants, including this one, Nomiya!

After an eye-opening visit to Japan, the Chan Family’s wish was to bring traditional ramen to the City of Edmonton, opening the first Nomiya in 2011.  Managed by Wing, Nomiya’s ramen process utilizes all of the techniques and components of a traditional ramen.  The homemade broth, Chef Chan’s special recipe, is a labour of love 45 years in the making, taking at least 8 hours to make.

Whether you are enjoying the perfectly salted flavour of the Shio Ramen or the peanut flavour punch of the Tan Tan, each ramen is created with sauces unique to Nomiya. Nomiya’s ramen is always finished with the ideal amount of char sui , fixings and noodles to complete the package.

Nomiya’s mission for ramen is to provide simple, flavourful ramen that Edmontonians enjoy.

With ramen and other Japanese cuisine, Wing continues her Father’s legacy of great food. Her wish is that Nomiya will bring a whole new culinary experience to Edmonton that is approachable and delicious!

What’s New to Nomiya

What’s New to Nomiya

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Unwrapping Christmas in Japan: 4 Amazing Japanese Traditions to Get You Into The Holiday Spirit

For many Canadians, when Jack Frost arrives they know Santa is just around the corner. Christmas is a very popular holiday full of unique family traditions and religious celebrations, but for the Japanese this is a very new phenomena.   It is only in the past few decades that Christmas has been celebrated in Japanese..

Your official VEGETARIAN menu guide at Nomiya

VEGETARIAN’S EAT YOUR HEART OUT! Contrary to popular belief, Japanese food has plenty to offer for the vegetarian eater! Here are our top menu items to introduce you to the meatless options at Nomiya. (The following items do not include any meat, fish or dashi!) Starters: Yam fries vegetarian tempura miso cucumber salad edamame hiyashi..

Poke: The next generation sushi dish is here!

  Pronounced POH-kay, Poké is a mix of raw cubes of seafood in a soy-based marinade, served over rice or greens (or on its own) and typically topped with seaweed, cucumber, avocado or tobiko. Often served in bowls, and called a poke bowl, this dish could be considered a deconstructed sushi. A staple dish in Hawaii, Poke..

Bone Broth: Did you know your ramen soup is packed with healthy nutrients?

One of our favourite things about the cooler weather is warming up over a hot bowl of soup, especially a tasty bone broth. Bone broth has been around for centuries, but just recently it’s gained a lot of attention by foodies, health nuts, naturopaths, and is heavily used in specific lifestyle diets like the popular..