It was a raining Saturday in summer when we went there. Greeted by energetic "irasshaimase" (Welcome in Japanese), we took our seat in front of busy chefs. The place was not much decorated, just like all serious ramen shops out there, where people simply pour in just for their ramen fix (quick traditional meals for Japanese).
As we observed the menu, we settled for their basic shoyu (soy sauce based) ramen and basic fried rice. It is through these basic recipes that a great ramen shop shone, or at least that's what we believed.
The distinct smells of soy sauce and flavour quickly blend into our mouth as we take in. The ramen noodle was cooked to a nice perfection: good texture and just right thickness. The flavour is gentle and persuading.
For the accompaniment to our ramen that afternoon, it is their basic fried rice. No more or less, just a real good and simple fried rice. Every spoonful is full of balanced flavour, without any empowering oily smell. It's simple, yet very delicious.
Just like any traditional good ramen shops, Sun Sun has limited to summer season specialties: cold ramen. It's cold and refreshing but at the same time very flavorful. Highly recommended!