It seems quite strange with the ramen craze that not many people have tried it or even reviewed it.
Anyway, when I got there the menu was quite good, they had about six different broths, dumplings and different noodles to choose from.
However the dumplings were no longer available and the noodles were down to a few choices.
The unavailability of the dumplings were a big disappointment because there were so many flavours: Curry, Pepper, Water chestnut, tomato, octopus [takoyaki - jeung yu]. I really wanted to try the octopus dumpling but it wasnt available!!!
Spicy pork bone / pork bone / sichuan chili pork bone / miso pork bone / soy sauce / Curry Black pepper and vinegar / hokkaido butter corn.
For noodles they had: udon, white noodles, white chewy noodles, yellow noodles, chewy yellow noodles and thick noodles.
The choice were great but they should have sample pictures or a better description just like Kurotaki in Causeway Bay.
The noodles were priced according to the broth.
The prices were either $60 or $70 which is nearly the price of the noodles at Butao or Ippudo.
I wanted to try the hokkaido butter one but in the end chose spicy pork bone and black vinegar!
When the noodles arrived they both looked identical from the colour to the contents!! SPOT THE DIFFERENCE!!
I queried why there was no vinegar taste and they just said there is vinegar on the table which I could add, so if that was the case I might as well order a $60 broth and use the vinegar on the table.
I suppose visually you could just about see a few specks of black pepper in the broth.
For the noodles I chose white chewy noodles but they just seemed like the ones at Ajisen.