Food has deteriorated meaningfully from my initial visits to this place in 2015-16. Our ramen was not hot enough and our Korean BBQ drummers were slightly undercooked. They have sharply raised prices over the last year (ramen went from $16-17 to over $20) and removed a number of their key items from the menu, like their draft cocktails. I won't be back
one of my favorite places to eat in vegas and a good choice for something different. just dont get the curry chicken ramen, its super salty and way too thick
Excellent Ramen, loved the grilled octopus, cooked to perfection!!!
Food was terrific. It was pretty empty on a Thursday night, which was a surprise, but it didn't affect the food. Really enjoyed the meal. While some may balk as spending more than $10 on ramen -- the ramen here really is great. The broths are super rich and deep, without being overly oily. Servers were very friendly and everything was very prompt.
very good, liked the ramen and the pork buns would come back again
I was so excited to try this restaurant, but ended up being very disappointed. Many menu items were gone from the menu and the existing items were not very good. The only + was the service, which was very good. I would recommend passing on this one and checking out the ramen place in the food court...it's better. :(
Two thumbs up 👍🏾👍🏾Great service great food beautiful atmosphere. I look forward to coming back
We had reservations at 7:30 pm, we ordered right away but then we sat for an hour and 10 min waiting for our dinner, we asked the wAiter why it was taking so long, we had a concert at 9:00!pm upstairs, he said the cooks can only make 6 ramens at a time. The food was great the service sucked!
Everything we had was fantastic. We had 2 appetizers and ramen. The ramen - poser and yaki shrimp were good portions.
Grilled Octopus was great! Ramen was good, twists on the authentic.