I went on their soft opening and tried both their shoyu broth and their miso broth, both with neatly-sliced chasu pork, mushroom, bamboo, etc.. Both soups were cloudy and rich, with perfectly-chewy (in my opinion) noodles. The only other ramen I have eaten here is Yakitori Boy's ramen, whose broth pales in comparison to Nom Nom's, and ramen at the pop up Cheu Noodle Bar (when it was called Roundeye Noodle Bar), whose ramen was also tasty, but was not a 'traditional' ramen . My Nom Nom dinner partner, who has eaten way too much ramen in Japan, enjoyed it. I chatted with the owner for a bit and he seems nice enough to make me hope that they do well.