I also tried a bit of the Light Zundo Original $11.90, where the broth was amazing but would have tasted better with the udon-like noodles so we ended up mixing it up by dipping the udon-like noodles into the light zundo broth. The regular is a very decent size so unless you are super hungry, I would stick to that size.
I've been in Japan recently and had the most amazing ramen in the world. I mean it. The world. It was amazing. I had been having ramen cravings so this cheap and cheerful place was a good filler.
Edit: I've been told that the noodles were not udon but another type of noodle. So I've gone back and just said they were udon like to me!
|$12.90 Tsukemen wheat noodles with the tonkotsu pork dipping soup|
|Light Zundo Original $11.90|