It was during the business trip that I decided to try this place, not knowing its fame, popularity. Pure luck, I was seated right away at the bar. But after that, people kept coming.
This place is small and cramped. Staff all speak Japanese. It feels very authentic. If Japan-like atmosphere is important while eating Ramen, this restaurant has it.
It was my first time eating Ramen. I ordered the standard. I guess if people love Ramen, they will definitely love this place. I myself found the soup base too salty. Perhaps that's the way Ramen is. But overall, not bad for the first time Ramen experience.
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