I came here with my brother (Necius, below). I used to love ramen as an omni living in Japan, so I'm afraid I may have had rather high hopes for this place, and we made quite a trip (over an hour by bike) to get there.
Maybe I should have been more adventurous, but I was craving good traditional ramen, and so ordered the Shoyu ramen, which, while certainly edible and pleasant, lacked a certain depth of flavour. Their more unusual flavours may fare better.
Also, while we were offered a complimentary bowl of rice, I declined, as I'm used to just eating a bowl of ramen as is and being full from it. However, and this may have been due to the hour plus bike ride to get there, but I found that the ramen on its own wasn't quite filing enough.
Overall, it's not worth a special trip, but if you're already in the vicinity, it would be a good place to eat.
Cons: Vending machine ordering, No English ordering info, Missing depth of flavour