Citysearch Editorial Review.
This cute little ramen noodle spot in a K-town mini-mall offers a casual setting and modern, artsy design with wood and bamboo, red booths and lacquered tables. It looks more like a cafe than a hit-and-run noodle joint, and its warm atmosphere attracts families and small groups of locals. The menu is minimalist--seven kinds of Korean ramen, in various flavors, adorned with items like seafood, rice cake or pork cutlet. Steaming-hot large bowls of these thin noodles come in the “Roodle house” special house-made broth or versions with miso, cream or curry with a selection of meat, egg and vegetables. There’s no MSG, nothing is over $8.99 and service is fast.