I think I’ve seen this Misoya Ramen before but just didn’t remember it until I saw them advertised in the current issue of Klip magazine. They currently have a coupon in there for a Ramen and Gyoza combo for $10.
It is not very big in there at all. And we were the only customers. Our server spoke Mandarin but she also spoke Japanese to another owner/server lady that came in later.
I ordered the Miso Ramen ($7.80). It came topped with char siu, a hard-boiled egg, bean sprouts and green onions.
The soup wasn’t very good. It wasn’t very rich or flavorful. The char siu was a bit too lean and tough. It had flavor though so that was good. The egg was hard-boiled, so it didn’t add anything specialness to the dish.
However the noodles were made very well. They were a good al dente and were probably the best part of the bowl.
They had an ongoing “Daily Special” where when you order at least $10 from the regular menu, you can get 3 pieces of salmon sashimi for $1. However you cannot get it with the $10 combo coupon mentioned previously.
It tasted pretty fresh and fat. It was alright for $1.
However with the quality of their ramen, I won’t be back as there are better made ramen easily found elsewhere.