The place is a small and narrow with limited seating.
Anyways, on to the most important part, the RAMEN.
Both RY (author on this blog) and I got the Tonkotsu Ramen which is simmered pork bones soup until it becomes creamy served with 2 slices of pork belly, soft broiled egg, black fungus and topped with diced green onion.
|Tonkotsu Ramen $9.50|
Side note: We left the place around 6:30pm and they had a sign saying "SOLD OUT, be back around 7pm" They had a full house around 5:15pm and the line up formed outside the restaurant. I did not like their line up system as they didn't even taken our names and number of people. I thought it can get quite messy if the line ups got any bigger.
***UPDATE*** November 21, 2012 - Revisited again for lunch and at 11:45 am, there was a lineup already. This was my 3rd visit and I have to say, I'm impressed. So the owners have heard our voices and now offer a choice between thin and thick noodle. Don't be fooled by the name, it's not what you are thinking. The thin noodle are the ones Sansotei previously offered with it's ramen selection. The texture is soft, little springiness. Some people, like myself, prefer a chewier noodle. As a result, Sonsotei introduced thick noodle which are more like the ones offered at Kinton and Santouka. I decided not to be adventurous and just ordered what they did best, tonkotsu ramen. This time, it was wonderful. Perfect broth paired with al dente noodles was just heaven on a chilly day like today. Thank you Sansotei~
Final Verdict: Above Par