Sunday, January 11, 2015

3. Totto Ramen

We took the bus across town towards the west side for Totto Ramen. We were surprised to have to wait after the restaurant had opened less than an hour into service. Although they told us the wait was 15 minutes, we waited outside for less than 5 minutes and were promptly seated. Their service was super fast at receiving our order and serving our food. Our meal took less than an hour total and we were full and satisfied customers. 

Char Siu Pork Bun (1pc $3.25 / 2pc $6)

Clockwise starting with the top left: Paitan Ramen with pork ($9.75 +2 avocado), Spicy Ramen with chicken ($11.25), Spicy Ramen with pork ($11.25), Paitan Ramen with chicken ($9.75)

Paitan Ramen with pork ($9.75 +2 avocado) :Whole chicken and premium soy sauce based soup topped with scallion, onion and a nori.
"I couldn't find the avocado at first and started panicking but it was snuggling under the pork." -Allie

Spicy Ramen with chicken ($11.25) : Original Rayu, Spicy Sesame Oil, adds a spicy kick and refreshing aftertaste to our original Paitan ramen.Topped with scallion, bean sprouts, and nori.
"Mine wasn't too spicy and didn't have a whole bunch of stuff in it so if you like simple this place could be preferable." -Jo

Spicy Ramen with pork ($11.25) 
"Perfect amount of spiciness." -Amy

Paitan Ramen with chicken ($9.75)

Pro: super speedy staff, coat rack, modern art decor
Cons: a bit of wasabi/ not flavorful in the buns,

Bill: $60.51 for 4 people

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