Here is a sample of their menu:
Though Nomniya is known for their Ramen I learned that their ramen chef is not Japanese certified. However, I have tried their Ramen multiple times and though it is not perfection it is pretty good considering the lack of Ramen stores in Edmonton, especially Edmonton South. My all time favourite roll out of the selection would be their dragon roll. The picture below is what is served up to your table from the sushi chef. (They have an open bar concept where you can see him make all your food sushi wise)Then a waiter comes over with a flame torch and tobiko in a cute little dish.
This next photo shows the flame blowing action:
The end result:
I have also tried the: tuna tataki, everything off the $3 menu and most off the $5 menu. The salmon sashimi comes in huge slabs but there are only 5 slices. I also recommend the crispy paradise the tangy sauce in it is divine. Here is a little collage I made from one of my visits to Nomniya
TONIGHT (FEB 8) i revisited nomniya since I forgot a lunch and went for a ramen : spicy miso style
There was little bits of bamboo shoot in it that was sweet and really well infused. The broth was delicious to and had many deep flavours which complemented the sweetness of the bamboo shoot and the corn. There was also pork slices that were super tender and had great flavour. The ramen itself (noodle) was ok not the super best but definitely edible and when you are hungry you can pretty much eat anything. The soup wasn't too greasy but just right.
MORE PHOTOS to make you hungry :
their boat was delicious except for one roll with cream cheese in it (chef's pick) I was not into that