Everyone I know who has eaten at Wrong Ramen says the food is really good, and that there usually is a queue, and waiting for a table is totally worth it. In our case, we wished we hadn't waited and explored other gastronimical options around Burgos Circle instead.
After having had a couple of laddle-fuls of the soup (seriously, those spoons were huge), first thing that came to mind was an overpowering taste of salt. It was so salty I was only able to eat maybe 1/3 of my Ramen Tantanmen. My friend Aiyi made more progress by consuming half of her Ramen Tonkotso. Hubby's F.U. Ramen was all gone in like 10 minutes. But he came from a football game; naturally, he was famished and could eat an entire ramen house if given the chance. The appetizers we had - the Chashu Rice Rolls and the chicken poppers - were more than acceptable. The Red Potato Iced Tea and Lemongrass Iced Tea were far from refreshing, sad to say. And who serves dessert called "Poop of the Gods?" Sure, it's funny and eye-catching. But it was far from appetizing. Hello? You're supposed to sell the food, not gross us out.
All in all, Wrong Ramen was just all wrong for us. I'm never going back unless I have to.
Chef of Police Rating: ★ ★
(I was only going to give it 1 star, but the cozy Japanese ramen house ambiance and the funny decorative touches all throughout the place deserved at least 1 more)