Noodle fans, commence drooling. Totto Ramen is the latest outpost from the folks behind nearby foodie-temple Yakitori Totto. This tiny restaurant also goes with the upscale Japanese street food model. The focus here is on big, brothy bowls of noodles. Their offerings are different than the chicken-flavored Top Ramen you scarf after a night at the bars. Chef Hideto Kawahara is in charge of noodling here, and his numerous ramen restaurants in Japan gave him plenty of experience. You get your pick of three organic noodle varieties, each of which comes with its own savory broth. The only problem you might have is getting a seat. The subterranean space is no bigger than a closet stuffed with stainless-steel cookware; there are only a dozen or so seats at the counter. They open at 5 p.m. for dinner. If you want to get your noodle on, get here early.