They offered 2 types: 1. traditional tonkotsu shoyu ramen 2. Spicy tonkotsu shoyu ramen.
We tried both bowls, usually we prefer the traditional ramen, but after comparing both bowls side by side, everyone preferred the Spicy ramen. Typical Japanese level of spiciness as it was not really hot. Broth was rich, strong on saltiness, and noodles were excellent by being firm and chewy. Just the way I like them. Btw, I was told by the chef that the noodles and soup were brought over from Tokyo!
The spicy ramen bowl is worth a try if your in the area or a ramen freak.
-no runny egg
-flimsy plastic spoon, may want to bring your own ceramic spoon for the purist/foodie (typical of these special events)