Tried this new ramen spot with Yoshie of Ramen and Friends. She had the Udon (with tempura flakes, sweetened deep-fried tofu pockets, spinach) –which I thought was pretty good. I got the Ramen Matsukado that had a little bit of everything (pork, shrimp, squid, thick gravy over soy based broth). The gravy mixed up with the broth and it sorta turned into a big bowl of lo-mein noodles with lo-mein sauce. It tasted Chinese.
The grand opening special of the sho-yu ramen $5.95 and miso shio ramen $6.95 sounds like a good deal. I think I should have gotten one of those. But I was already so indecisive. The waitress came over at least five times to take my order.