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Posted by Anonymous on 11/06/2013
The fact that this place serves less meals than fingers on one hand would be fine if it was the best noodle bowl I've ever had, but it's not. The food is slightly above mediocre. Once you throw the price into the mix I can promise you'll be more satisfied with "cup noodles". My real problem with the place is that I was craving noodles and there's nothing worse than eating what you're craving and leaving unsatisfied.
Posted by Dustin on 06/10/2013
Ramen like nowhere else in Florida, maybe further. This restaurant is a little gem tucked away on a small Brickell street in the shadow of the rail. The menu is simple: three types of ramen bowls, gyoza, and some salads. Jimmy, the owner, and his staff of expert noodle and broth artisans do one thing and do it better than anywhere else in the region. The noodles are fresh and have a bite and texture all their own. The broth is something unlike anything in your local generic Asian fusion. The garnishes, such as soy-sauced braised eggs, chicharrones, and pickled ginger, add extra umami to the mix. They combine to create a truly sublime experience far beyond any typical bowl of noodle soup. Prices are fair, considering you are getting something uniquely and expertly prepared. There is an extensive sake selection. NB Closed Mondays and no take-out or take-home.