|Minca: Pork Gyoza|
We arrived around 4pm on a Sunday afternoon and were able to grab two seats at the bar. It's a very small shop, so I get the distinct impression that if you came during peak times you are in for a wait. Having not eaten since breakfast, we were starving so placed an order for some Pork Gyoza to start. Then we settled on the difficult task of choosing our ramens.
I stuck with my general rule for new places- if a dish on the menu has the restaurant's name in it, then that's what I get. For that reason I ordered the Minca Sio, a salt & roast garlic flavored ramen with thin noodles. This folks was a good bowl of ramen. The pork chasu was hands down my favorite from all the ramen we've tried so far.
|Minca: Minca Sio Ramen|