During the summer of '02, I went to Ramenya almost everyday. My friend ended up trying EVERY bowl of ramen on the menu; a feat any regular of this place would be impressed with, as there are a couple dozen different varieties. From original Shoyu and Miso ramens to the Veggie ramen and the Spicy egg-drop "Tan-Tan men," you are certain to find a bowl that is right up your alley. They have seafood ramen, thai spicy-sour ramen... It's absurd how many different bowls there are.
In addition to the ramen, there are various dishes, including beef and broccoli, shrimp omlet over rice, yakisoba, and a mouth-watering pork fried rice. The gyoza are good, and the chicken salad is shockingly good.
The biggest surprise, however, is the COLD NOODLE (when in season), a plate of ramen noodles in a cool soy broth, with piles of shredded chicken, julienne carrots & cucumber, thinly sliced egg, bean sprouts, and pickled ginger.
Sidenote: I went to Daikokuya in response to all the people putting Ramenya down, and saying Daikokuya was THE place to go. It was THE WORST culinary letdown of my life. The broth was not nearly worth all the hype, the noodles were no different than those at Ramenya, and the selection... well... WHAT SELECTION?! I'd gladly decline even a free meal at Daikokuya. Unless I live next door to D'ya, I'm smashed off my ass, and every other place is closed, I won't return. I'd take Ramenya over that dreaded place, ANY day.
Pros: Variety-r-Us, Nice Staff, Oh-Man-That's Good Pork Fried Rice
Cons: Quality of dishes is variant