The ramen at this tiny nub of a place is perfectly tasty and just one step closer to Loehmann's. They also have soy milk broth, a style of ramen that I haven't had, but apparently attracts avid fans.
Pick from an array of broths - including miso, soy and soy milk (not the packaged stuff) - and various spicy versions ($8-$9). Noodles are pleasantly springy, set off by additional toppings ($1 each) such as pork belly or a soft-boiled egg.
Like the decor, the basic ramen bowl ($8, vegetarian is $8.50) uses a minimalist approach, noodles topped with charshu pork, chopped green onions and sliced lotus root in your choice of broth. Choose from shoyu (soy sauce), miso, shio (salt), spicy miso, veggie, coconut curry, or soy milk broth.