I had miso ramen with egg. The soup was done right and chashu seemed to pan fried and it was really yummy. If you look at back of the menu, there are at least 10 chains of kizuki in Japan, a couple of them in Taiwan, etc. I was expecting Japanese chefs in the kitchen but there were Caucasian in the kitchen. So when I first went into the restaurant, I doubted if I can get authentic Japanese ramen, well I was wrong. Whoever cooked, well... Great job!!!! Loved Taste of Miso broth. I enjoyed every bite of ramen and soup. I hope I can go back to taste more of that flavorful Japanese authentic ramen.
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