Entering this bi-level restaurant in the Ballpark neighborhood, you feel a little like you've stumbled upon a hip ramen joint in Japan, one that caters to younger people who like to drink booze as much as they like to slurp ramen. That's part of its charm. But if you want to avoid the crowd and simply enjoy a quiet Japanese meal of sushi, grilled meats and veggies and bowls of tasty ramen, come here early. No matter your preference, in time you'll want to get ramen: the spicy and creamy diablo ramen, a clean and hearty shio broth ramen, a broth-less ramen laden with cha syu pork and vegetables, or one of many more options.
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