I consider myself pretty picky and a bit of a gourmand, but I'm not Japanese and not a ramen connoisseur, but if you are, please ignore my review and go experience it yourself.
This review will be more relevant if you've been to Kintaro, where many people consider to have one of the better/best ramen in town.... (although my Japanese friends wouldn't be caught dead eating there.)
Benkei basically have the same menu as Kintaro; pick your soup base, pick quantity of noodles, pick lean or fatty pork, and pick your toppings.
The presentation wasn't very flashy, at least Kintaro makes some effort of stacking the toppings a little. I picked the miso soup base; the ramen was cooked nicely, not too mushy and had a good bite. Soup was bold and rich, but it was slightly on the salty side for me. You get two pieces of pork by default. I wasn't sitting by the kitchen, but I'm pretty sure the pork was grilled over real flames to give it a smoky flavour. Although the pork had a wonderful flavour, my 'fatty' pork pieces were pretty darn chewy (not sure if it's prepared like that on purpose.)
The interior was very nicely decorated (as you would expect for a new place), miles ahead of the utilitarian and grungy state of Kintaro. I was at Benkei around 2.30 in the afternoon on a weekday, and the place was buzzing at 80% capacity. Staff was quite busy, so don't expect to get a second or third round of water without asking. (they're still hiring)
Benkei's food quality is pretty much at par with its closest competitions, but its clean and new setting puts the whole dining experience beyond them.