The ramen spot that was once Tanoshii serves ramen in its purest, most classical form. Whether you need a balm for a cold day or broken heart, Ichigoh is at your service with bowls of brothy goodness. The menu features six ramen options and airs on the side of assari, a lighter style than the richer kotteri. All the flavoring oils are made in house to compliment the broth and hand-selected-in-Japan noodles. Toppings are spare—menma, seasoned egg, or maybe the scallop-edge slice of naruto fish cake—to let the flavors take center stage. A vegetable broth gets Fuji apples and burdock root; the chicken paitan ramen is lip-smacking.