Defeat the polar vortex with power of ramen. Nothing can beat a nice big bowl of hot noodle soup on these cold days. Love the beautiful presentation and all the colors. What sets this apart from other places is their careful attention to the art of ramen. Soup base is a great combination of different flavors, blended together into one light broth prepared for 16 hours. Its no ramen without the noodles, made and flow directly from Japan. They pack a lot into all their soup bowl with roasted pork, ground pork, bean sprouts, onions and much more. Shoyu comes with yummy soft boiled egg. There are many extra toppings you can add starting as low as 35c to $3. We love eggs so made sure to add some extra. This is more traditional Japanese ramen that doesn’t relay as much on meat. Not a big deal breaker, but been a meat lover, kind of wish there was more of it. Can always get extra next time. This is definitely a spot you must try. Make sure to get there early as its a very small place with first come bases.

www.daikaya.com

Shoyu Ramen $12 @ Daikaya
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