The cheapest type of ramen soup costs around $13, not particularly cheap but soup base taste good. We went there a Friday night to celebrate someone's birthday. queue for 30 mins and spent only 15 mins inside the restaurant to finish the noodle. We left around 7:45pm with a queue of 15 people or more outside the restaurant. Then the waitress announced they need to close, turned the sign to "closed" and switched out the lights outside. No sure they run out of noodle or they only serve certain portion per day. Food is okay but we probably won't go back as the total dining experience is not very good.
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