We finally made it back to Takashi for his ramen brunch. Everything was deliciously well-made, using fresh ingredients, but the prices are billed accordingly. Bobcat prefers Mitsuwa's ramen, probably because it tastes closer to his beloved tonkotsu ramen.
Pork Belly Snack
Steamed Bun, Hot Mustard
Pork Dumpling, Hot Chili-Soy Vinaigrette
Hokkaido Style Ramen Braised Pork, Bean Sprouts, Sweet Corn, Wakame
Classic Tokyo Style Ramen, Braised Pork, Barbeque Egg, Marinated Bamboo Shoots
Regardless, it's good. If we're feeling slightly extravagant, gourmet, we'll definitely go back. Actually, I'd go back to check out their udon & soba regardless. Out of the two, miso tasted heavier, slightly spicy, which Bobcat preferred. I wanted to check out the 'gua bao', especially since the bun is home made...it tasted good, but I prefer the original Chinese version. Gyoza was tasty, went well with ramen as always.