34, Soi Phiphat, Si Lom Road, Silom)
Having already reviewed the Tonkotsu style here, which was passable, I decided to try their signature Shoyu Broth needing a bit of a lighter bowl before heading to play pool at The Old Other Office.
To be honest I haven't really found a decent Shoyu broth ramen in Thailand. I've tried a couple of places but they seem to nail the more popular Tonkotsu style, or Miso, but nowhere manages to capture the umami, deep, rich legendary broth of Kiraku in Tokyo. This was a downer. Thin, watery soup, bog standard noodles, run-of-the-mill meat and a half decent egg. At least the price is very reasonable here so you don't feel added indignation when the cheque arrives.
They do lots of discounts during the week, maybe that's telling as to why their food is sub-par.