Just opened in the Asian strip mall off 183 by a chef who trained at Michelin-starred L.A. sushi joint Urasawa, Ramen Tatsu-Ya serves the delicious version of the same stuff you claim got you through college, even though that 40lbs clearly came from chicken-fried steak nights at the Delt house. The space is marked both by the chef's heritage (a mural of the chef's family crest illuminated by rope-draped light fixtures) and shout-outs to his DJ side-gig, chiefly a bathroom heavily graffiti'd by the Blue Dozen, who actually don't get sad when they get baked.
Nothing compares to the lovingly simmered broth made at Ramen Tatsu-ya. The gang here has managed to create a cult classic with their menu. Try their signature bowl of ramen is a rich, complex, pork bone broth filled with thin noodles, tender chashu pork (soy braised pork belly), a marinated soft boiled egg, wood ear mushrooms, scallions, and your choice of add-ins. There is often a line but service moves lightning fast.