I found some great reviews of this tiny venue. Not too hard to find once you get to the Chinese grocery. Be advised it is on the 2nd floor (3rd floor for you Americans) and the stairs are steep and narrow. There are only 3 tables near the window and a larger table on the other side of the cooking area. Menu is limited to ramen in several different broths and a few appetizers like gyoza and edemame. Each bowl of noodles is made to order and since there is only 1 cook, it can take a while. The bowl was steaming hot and full of noodles, greens, egg, seaweed and some pork. It was de,icious although on the salty side. Be prepared to share the table as there was a steady stream of customers entering. Overall a great, filling meal.
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