It’s safe to say now that we – Honeybun, Anika, my dad and I – are hooked on Rai Rai Ken. We’ve been eating there for a whole straight week now. Our favorite has to be the Garlic Chili Ramen, a hot and spicy soup with meat, mushrooms, vegetables and prawns that can be shared by 2 to 3 people. Honeybun likes their kakiage tempura, which has some squid and prawns thrown in as well. I still like the one from Teriyaki Boy though. My sister, a huge fan of makis, tried a couple of the restaurant’s offerings and gave them a thumb up. They are a little more expensive than the ones from Tempura, but they certainly don’t scrimp on ingredients. Can’t wait to go there again tomorrow.