This is my boyfriend’s favourite ramen store, and when I finally gave it a try it wasn’t hard to see why. This relatively undiscovered home-grown ramen chain is pretty easy to miss even though they’ve been doing quite well with 4 branches. Their ramen is to die for, and unlike any I’ve had before.
They offer lunch set menus which include a bowl of ramen, complimentary salad, a side and green tea. We ordered one Miso Ramen set ($11.80) with Shin-Sapporo Gyoza and Shoyu Ramen set ($10.80) with Chuka Tofu. Each broth came with different noodles according to the soup base. Their pan-fried gyozas were crisp, juicy, and the meat filling was very generous. I preferred the Chuka Tofu, which was silky and topped with a tangy sauce, a refreshing start to our meal. Of everything we had, the star was definitely their Miso Ramen - their freshly made noodles were springy, wavy and had a bit of a bite to them, and the saltiness of the miso broth was neutralised by the sweet corn and bean sprouts. Topped with two slices of tender chashu meat and an ambrosial half-egg, their ramen may very well be the best I’ve eaten.