I ordered Miso chasu ramen. My first impression was rather poor - possible I was unlucky - but a half-filled bowl with Miso soup, ramen, slices of pork, 2 slices of cabbage, 1 tiny slice of Nori, sparse amount of Negi-slices, and a half hard-boiled egg (which is very rare we get "hard-boiled" - it supposes to be more tender inside).
I give 3 rating because it tasted good after all. And the amount of pork slices and the price itself were still very good. But unfortunately I cannot give higher rating after the ramen of extreme high quality I had in Düsseldorf and in London. Maybe Banki ramen was good enough before, but the ramen culture has arrived for real. Probably they should know that the competition has started to get harder in Europe.
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