special soupless ramen (with cheese/kimchi/egg)<$10>, soup base ramen <$8.5>, takoyaki ($3.5>
The Special Soupless Ramen was a bit too al dente for my taste. It felt like it was a bit undercooked. Interesting combination of cheese, kimchi and egg though.
The Soup Base Ramen with fatty pork was really really rich. The soup was very rich, full of flavour, but no doubt terrible for your health.
Takoyaki wasn't that great. I prefer the kind with the chopped up octopus that Guu has instead of the ones here where there's a chunk of octopus.
Friendly service. Meals came quickly. I like the self-serve water (they give you a jug of water).
Not that great. With tax and tip, it was $26 for two people. The portions, while they look small when it arrives at your table, are actually quite filling. However, the cost isn't with par with the quality and ingredients. Considering there's so much competition for restaurants in Richmond, I was disappointed.
Ambiance: Small little place. Very 'authentic japanese' looking. Cute.
I probably won't be back...but it was nice to try it once.