We came across this ramen place and were attracted by it’s mayu (black garlic oil) and pile of green onions and bean sprouts.
The mayu was great of course, but the bowl could have used a bit more of it honestly. The mound of veggies was a welcome addition, and made for a nice, fresh crunch to counteract the heavy tonkotsu broth.
Also, the ajitama (marinated egg) had a really interesting smoky flavor. Overall, it was pretty good, but probably not top-tier apart from the presentation.