This ramen spot sees a steady stream of CBD office workers on weekdays and Japanese expat families over the weekend. The place is an offshoot of fast growing online ramen store Takumen, which offers over 100 kinds of ramen for delivery nationwide in Japan. They serve up a rotating selection of six types of ramen such as the award-wining Hajime (from $14.90)— featuring a light creamy chicken soup base — and chillispiked Bingiri (from $17.90). The eatery offers thoughtful little touches like hair ties (for folks to keep hair out of their face when slurping up soup) and bibs—to prevent chilli oil stains from the Bingiri. Each broth is carefully tested every morning. And if it doesn’t taste right, it’s off the menu.