I went here for a late night Ramen feast.
I was met by a friendly chef and the owner, it's all counter based with about 10 seats.
There was also an english menu, I went for the Shoyu-Niku Ramen and an extra egg.
It was a super light broth, with thin sliced chicken along one side of the plate and thin sliced chashu on the other.
It was really tasty and unlike any Ramen I've ever had.
The english wasn't something to brag about but enough to get by.
If I'm in the area again, this is a re-visit!
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