Yup. Still DELICIOUS.
Shoyu Tonkotsu Ramen ($8.00) with thin noodles. I’m so glad they decided to offer a thin noodle option. Their thin noodles are still not as thin as I prefer (it’s actually more like regular noodles), but it’s much better than the thick noodles I had the first time around.
Hubby had the Shoyu Tonkotsu Ramen ($8.00) with thin noodles, and added on the gyoza set ($4.00) with 3 pieces gyoza, rice, and kimchee.
This is the third visit to my new favorite ramen place. About once a month I get the craving for a rich, kotteri ramen, and once I get a craving, I’ve learned that it simply won’t go away until it’s satisfied.
They were very crowded on a weeknight, and we actually had to wait for a table. In addition, they were all out of the delicious eggs and my hubby’s bowl of rice was their last bowl. I was so sad I didn’t get to eat my favorite egg, but I’m happy that this place is doing so well! Behold, the power of word of mouth.
You can view the menu and store details on my previous post.