Kintaro is a small restaurant, doing one rhing very well, which is nice to find.
We did not have to wait in line long, they move it right along, and it was worth the wait. They passed out menus in line and took our order as we approached the door, so when we got a seat the bowls came promptly.
It's a small place with an open kitchen and huge vats of broth steaming. So its warm and humid, but we forgot that once the ramen bowls came. We had two ramens: the miso, which was a flavorful, but delecate flavor and the spicy garlic, which was fairly spicy and very garlicy. Both were excellent. The lean pork was very good and lean. I'm not a ramen expert, but the noodles, home made, seemed very good, with just the right texture.
The bowls seemed huge when we first saw them but ours were empty when we left.
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