Since the day Tosh's Ramen opened, the place has been packed. For the first couple weeks, Tosh kept running out of broth and had to close his restaurant early. More often than not, there's a line of folks awaiting a precious seat. The place is small, but, thankfully, the wait usually is short.The shoyu ramen ($8.95) is a little richer and a little darker—seasoned with soy, but otherwise pretty much the same as the tonkotsu. The curry ramen ($10.50) is dark, thick and brooding—an excellent wintertime ramen with a hefty heat kick from the yellow/brown curry. That's not to be confused with karai ramen ($9.95), which is a spicy miso ramen, the best option for heat seekers. Tosh's also offers a vegetarian ramen (not made with meat broth) and vegan yam noodles, available upon request.
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