Nelson: Our last visit here while living close by, we came here craving Ramen.
Kitty ordered the sho-yu ra-men ($7.95) made with tasty Japanese soy sauce to create a tangy and savoury yet light taste, topped off with their famous roasted pork and the seasonal topping of marinated bamboo shoot. Somehow this came with egg and fish cake as well!
I ordered The King of Kings Ra-men ($12.95) with spicy Netsu ramen with five toppings of roasted pork, sliced egg, fish cake, fresh seaweed and dried seaweed with the seasonal topping of marinated bamboo shoot. This is significantly bigger than the other ramens here. The soup base is nicely spicy along with the great ramen noodles and of course the great and plentiful toppings. You can't go wrong with this order, unless you dislike spicy food.
Overall I like Kenzo, and although they aren't necessarily the most amazing, they are solid which results in repeat business from me.
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