The noodles in this restaurant are probably the kind of noodle soup we often talk about. The contents are quite rich. What I particularly like is that the seafood soup base has a richer taste, and it has a Southeast Asian feel.
You can know what these signs are. The ramen tastes good. It has nothing to do with the founder of China.
The food at this place is mainly seafood flavor, like a smorgasbord. There are several kinds of seafood cooked in a pot, there are also tofu or ramen in it, and there are some other Japanese dishes. I don't feel particularly like it.
This ramen restaurant feels like a small soup pot, and it feels a little bit incomprehensible to eat ramen. Anyway, I rushed to the ramen, and it feels normal. Still like to eat traditional ramen.
A recommended restaurant, with a wide variety of dishes, good taste, but not too affordable, this is also a Japanese characteristic!