The soup base wasn’t bad, it was flavourful and you could really taste the garlic. Even though I appreciate the garlic flavour, I would have preferred it to be chopped up a bit more so that I didn’t bite into it rather than chunk & pieces of garlic.
I usually order a side or two with a bowl of ramen, so we ordered the Gyoza ($450). Like all the other ramen restaurants, you will have to wait 10 – 15 minutes while they make it fresh for you. The wrapper was very thin but I felt the seasoning in the meat was way too sweet.
The décor of the restaurant wasn’t that great and it felt like I was in a regular noodle house. Overall I didn’t get that Japanese experience that I felt at the other ramen restaurants. In addition to that, I guess the day we went their air conditioning wasn’t working. Let’s just say it’s not enjoyable to eat a hot bowl of Ramen when it’s 30 degrees outside and there is no air conditioning in the restaurant, just a fan or two.