Shockingly not run by Asian Cookie Monster, Nom Nom Ramen's a much-needed, shoebox-sized, hakata-style ramen joint posting up inside the old B.B. Go spot, which they furnished with plush banquettes lit by upturned & backlit Japanese umbrellas, all done by a Sang Kee vet boasting plenty of experience in the kitchen, all but guaranteeing you won't get anything raw, man.
Soup offerings're built on a series of pork bone-boiling tonkotsu broths like the pale, traditional shio "salt", seasoned with salt (!) and white soy sauce; a savory shoyu; and two types of misos (regular & spicy), both described as being thick, nutty, and slightly sweet -- kinda like that Planters' dude that time he held the elevator door for you but refused to push your floor number.
Each one is then hit with an assortment of goodies like pork belly, bamboo shoots, scallions, naruto, and kikurage mushrooms, or you can opt for the Nom Nom Deluxe, which packs your fave broth full of everything they have, plus -- if you really want to come out of your shell -- a poached egg.
And because you like buns, son, Nom Nom's also offering bread-hugged savories (spicy-sauced pork belly & daikon, Old Bay aioli'd soft-shell crab & mango), assuming you're hungry for something other than... RAMEN!!!! NOM-NOM-NOM-NOM!!