Ordered some ramen to-go before heading into a meeting, hoping it would be a quick and delicious meal before a busy afternoon.
Have to say, it was disappointing. The size I got in the to-go container was about a third of what was served in the restaurant. I barely got enough broth to cover the noodles, which were all stuck together in one big clump anyways. There was few pieces of tasty pork, which I did enjoy and ended up wishing for more. The ingredients were, alright. No flavors screamed authentic or fresh, and the temperature of my soup when received was warm, not that hot steam you hope for when you open a carton of broth.
The overall atmosphere inside is very confusing. It's very bizarre and doesn't necessarily connect with each other, goes along with the general consensus of "identity crisis." Unfortunately the whole processes seemed very disorganized, as the guy in the back was frantically running around getting orders together.
I hope to come back when the full Japanese transition inside is complete, and dine inside with a better experience. I love ramen, and would love to see this spot succeed!
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