The ramen was just average. It tasted nothing like ramen that I had in Japan. The noodles were undercooked and the broth/soup was flavorless. The pork was tender and the soft boiled egg was delish. The atmosphere is cozy and the service was fast.
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This is a small venue, which have only 8 tables. But the chef makes great japanese ramen noodle. It is not as expensive as Umaido, but the taste is great.
We got lucky to be on a road trip and stopped to hit starbucks and found this gem instead. Noodles were good but the sweet girl at the front was just so nice an helpful, we fell in love. It was a pleasant surprise. Thanks...More
Driving on I-85 close to Atlanta, I found this on TripAdvisor. One of the ramen I ever had (and I'm a big fan of ramen). Nice place, efficient service, awesome food. I had the miso eamen and recommend it.I would just wish to live closer...More
Stop here if you are looking for very good ramen. It is a short drive from the Infinite Energy arena. However, the shopping center that it is located in is not fully visible from the street. If you see the Starbucks, the restaurant is located...More
All I have to say about this restaurant is that it's awesome! I love their spicy ramen and the pork that they top off is amazing. It melts in my mouth. I've tried other ramen places, but this one is perfect. I highly recommended.
We tried this place for the first time recently. Two in our party had ramen bowls; I had gyoza. The gyoza were good; not quite up to home-made standards, but better than most Asian restaurant dumplings. I'd order them again. One order is more of...More
This is a small restaurant. Not fancy. It is authentic with Asian music and decor. The pork ramen I had was wonderful. The pork was grilled nicely and the broth very flavorful. The girls were very friendly and helped me with any questions I had....More