This place has reviews all the way up and down the scale on Yelp. They had tonkotsu gyokai of all things, I've eaten 200 bowls of that in Tokyo but this I have never seen in the US before, full stop. It was excellent - the true true flavor with the slight fishiness and the powdery grittyness. The noodles were correctly done for tonkotsu gyokau but the portion, like other reviewers have seen, was a bit small for the price. I would get the extra noodles for a full meal. The place was a bit empty but I was there early in the afternoon. The woman behind the counter really wanted to please and pointed out different things to me on the menu.