Update Jan 28, 2011: This restaurant is now closed.
As I said before the next dish I wanted to try at Sensus Bistro was the Pork Cartilage Ramen. I finally got the chance to try it.
This was $7.95 and it’s quite a large portion size. The soup looks flavorful and it was, it didn’t really taste like MSG.
There’s also quite a few pieces of the pork cartilage. They were perfectly marinated and were fall-off-the-cartilage tender. Even though they were soaked in the broth they didn’t lose any flavor.
Here’s a closeup of the cartilage. It’s very crunchy, just like chicken knee. It’s awesome. I’ve never had cartilage this way before.
The ramen was good too. It wasn’t Japanese ramen but it wasn’t like any old Asian/Chinese-style noodles either. Overall I was very satisfied with this and will definitely order it again.