The top line: Good place to grab some delicious ramen if you’re in the city. But be prepared for a bit of a wait if you’re in during the lunch peak hours. There’s always people waiting outside. But if there’s always a line, it means that it’s worth the wait, right? 😀
The review: Came here on a weekday at 1pm and there was already a line of people waiting eagerly for their number to be called. They have an efficient system where you write down your name, number of people and there’s an option of being seated at a share table if you’re not too fussed about eating with other ramen-loving
strangers friends. The wait was only approximately 15 minute before our number was called.
Both of us already had our eyes on the Tonkotsu Ramen before even flicking through the official menu. Apparently only 30 bowls are made per day so you’ll have to get in quick before they run out.
Tonkotsu Ramen: Thin noodles in a slow-cooked pork and sesame seed broth, topped with roast pork and seaweed.
Would definitely come back again. The wait wasn’t too bad despite the amount of people standing outside. And I’m already eyeing their yakisoba omelette! 🙂