Let me go straight to the point, I'm glad that they went beyond the usual Ramen and Bravely tried a new twist. However I did not become an instant fan of their Cheese Ramen.
Their Best Seller Gyoza is quite satisfactory for my taste with a balance combination of it's main component mince pork, cabbage, ginger. Sadly I did not like their sauce for the Gyoza as I still prefer the usual Gyoza Sauce of Japanese Soy Sauce, Sweet Sauce or Soy Sauce with Rice Vinegar.
I like The Shoyu Tonkotsu Ramen, the Broth is very rich and very tasty and the serving of the Noodles is quite a lot especially for someone like me who enjoy Noodles a lot, the noodles is very firm and al dente.
I like the ambiance of the place and the servers are very accomodating and very attentive to what their customer needs.
Overall I like the place and the Food but if they are promoting their Cheese Ramen they should think of other ways to make their Signature Dish popular.
I would suggest to cook the noodles with the Cheese and Serve the noodles separate to the Broth.
Eat the noodles and slurp the Broth Soup afterwards is a good way to eat their Cheese Ramen.
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