This restaurant serves some of the best ramen in Austin. The place was crowded when we went, waited outside in 35 degree weather for 15 minutes to get in. Worth the wait, but I suggest warmer weather. We all got a different offering of ramen in soup, and everyone loved the food. Gotta eat with chop sticks and spoon, so it means you have to be able to use these, or not eat very fast. My wife is not a chop sticks proficient person, so she rolled the noodles up like spaghetti on a fork, and was able to eat all the noodles that way. Everyone else knew how to use chop sticks, so we waited while she finished. Reasonably priced, friendly people. Typical offering is around $11 for the basic offering. You can add bombs for a couple of dollars. When we finished, in about an hour, the line outside was longer than when we were waiting, and the temperature was in the low 30's.
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