A ramen bar geared to the student crowd conveniently located literally across the street from the College of Southern Nevada's Charleston campus, Moko is a casual but modern and stylish space open for lunch and dinner. Menu items include a Meat Lovers ramen -- tonkotsu broth with chicken, beef, and pork bulgogi; spam; chashu; kurobuta sausage; and chicken katsu -- and a Veggie Lovers option with miso broth, tofu, cabbage, spinach, corn, kimchi, bean sprouts, and green onion. The non-ramen rest of the menu is a bit of a grab bag of Japanese and Korean items, but they seem to have a good grasp of their college student demographic and the dinner menu is surprisingly sophisticated for being a "ramen joint."
Ichi Ramen House might still be Centennial's only ramen-specific restaurant, but Centennial has also recently acquired its very own Japanese restaurant, and it is legit. Being a Japanese restaurant and naming yourself "Umami" is a bold move, but the name is justified. Ramen is just one of many things on the menu, all of which is excellent. Centennial is slowly transforming itself from a chain-centric suburban sprawl wasteland to a destination actually worth seeking out!
Another well-known late-night ramen joint, Ichiza has its die-hard devotees as well as its die-hard detractors. Love it or hate it (and probably it's one or the other), Ichiza has a massive menu with a LOT of options, of which ramen is a small, small portion. Definitely something for everyone here, at least, and they usually have a pretty extensive selection of specials, too.