Ramen noodles. The first time we tried their ramen, it was in the East Village in NYC. They also have locations in Asia, Sydney, London and now three different ones in Paris.
You will probably have to lined up. Unfortunately, you cannot book a table. But it is worth the wait.
Once inside, order a Japanese beer or sake if you feel a little wild. A couple small plates to nibble on: gyozas, tataki kyuri (cucumber and sesame salad) or our favorite the hirata buns. Think the Japanese version of pork tacos.
Then you will have to choose your ramen. There are four different kinds of broth, and what you want to add: pork, mushrooms, eggs.
You can even decide how cooked you want your noodles.
The décor is very simple and a little cold.