My first ramen from this place was the Tantanmen. The food tasted great, but if you're not really hungry, the serving may be quite big for you. However, if you're like me, a normal person but with extraordinary love for noodles, the amount of serving will just be right. Apart from that, the servers served with courtesy, the tables were kept neatly, the library set up of the place felt new and nice, and the visual statements no doubt provided entertainment to those who read it. All these details added up to a great overall Wrong Ramen experience. With these people upholding the food philosophy "More calories, more pleasure." in every bowl that they'll serve you, how else can you make Wrong Ramen right? :)