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We tried this place last night. We both had the beef sukiyaki bowl. I thought it was excellent. I enjoyed the atmosphere too.
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It's not bad, but apparently they've yet to discover the existence of salt.
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The garlic bowl is fantastic and guaranteed to keep vampires away for a long time (as well as friends and family).
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Esteban du Plantier said:

It's not bad, but apparently they've yet to discover the existence of salt.


Mine didn't need salt. Just like my steaks don't need A1.
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Esteban du Plantier said:

It's not bad, but apparently they've yet to discover the existence of salt.


Most noodle dishes I have eaten in Asian countries Thailand, Japan, etc. don't use salt. They use fish sauce as a substitute.
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LastHamlet said:

Esteban du Plantier said:

It's not bad, but apparently they've yet to discover the existence of salt.


Most noodle dishes I have eaten in Asian countries Thailand, Japan, etc. don't use salt. They use fish sauce as a substitute.


Which is ... wait for it ... Salty.

Whether they use raw salt or a briny component, it should still be properly seasoned.
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I forgot what I had and it was good but very light portions of protein in the ramen.
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Where is it located?
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Esteban du Plantier said:

LastHamlet said:

Esteban du Plantier said:

It's not bad, but apparently they've yet to discover the existence of salt.


Most noodle dishes I have eaten in Asian countries Thailand, Japan, etc. don't use salt. They use fish sauce as a substitute.


Which is ... wait for it ... Salty.

Whether they use raw salt or a briny component, it should still be properly seasoned.


Yes..... wait for it ... they put it on the table and you add your own. The only seasoning you have is the bone broth.
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KidDoc said:

I forgot what I had and it was good but very light portions of protein in the ramen.
That's why I prefer the ramen at Master Yakiniku. It's about the same price but triple the protein in your bowl. The flavor is better, too.
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The Kohl's shopping center just down from the running store.
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You can also ask for some of the hot chili sauce to add to your ramen. Mine was a bit too plain before doing this.
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KidDoc said:

I forgot what I had and it was good but very light portions of protein in the ramen.
Did you notice if the noodles were made in house, or if they were packaged? When we went before Christmas, we sat at the bar and noticed that the noodles were pre-made food service supply noodles in individual serving bags.
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rsa said:

KidDoc said:

I forgot what I had and it was good but very light portions of protein in the ramen.
Did you notice if the noodles were made in house, or if they were packaged? When we went before Christmas, we sat at the bar and noticed that the noodles were pre-made food service supply noodles in individual serving bags.
I was at the center table so didn't notice one way or another.
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