Broth is key to the restaurant’s success. There are four types: pork, miso, beef, and vegetarian. There are also spicy versions of each noodle soup. Each dish comes with a choice of noodles: Nagahama-style, which are thin and straight, originating from the birthplace of tonkotsu ramen in Japan; slightly wavy ramen noodles; or udon. We tried a variety of combinations, and have to say that you can’t go wrong with any choice. Gluten-free noodles are also available for an extra $1. They also offer a beef bone broth ramen, which is less common. The beef is tender, pink in the middle, and left to cook longer in the hot broth. This unique dish reminded us slightly of Taiwanese beef-noodle soup, and those who enjoy that dish may appreciate this one, too.

— Momo Chang

Hours: Tue.-Sun, 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.; 5:30-8:45 p.m.


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