It's at the newer food court in Chinatown, the one that's closer to Central Market. They offer both ramen noodles and Japanese rice dishes. I've tried both before and though the rice dishes are good, I always come back for the ramen.
I've tried both the Chashu Ramen and the Karaage Ramen and though the barbecued pork in the Chashu Ramen is tender and flavourful, I prefer the Karaage Ramen.
The crispy fried karaage style chicken is delicious and addictive; you just want to eat more and more of it. The ramen broth is rich with an assortment of flavour; the seaweed, the soy broth, and the various herbs and spices are amazing. To give the soup an extra kick, I usually heap on chilli flakes till the dish becomes a hot, spicy one. The portion is huge as well; I've never been able to finish a bowl by myself before. Most of their ramen go for about $9 which I think is one of the cheaper prices around Adelaide.
This is the Aburi Chicken set. It consists of delicious, flame-grilled chicken in teriyaki sauce and mayonnaise. It's also served with a salad, rice and a bowl of miso soup. All this for only $8.80 is quite a steal. The chicken is grilled just right and is complemented by a generous serving of the teriyaki sauce.
Ramen Tei is perhaps my favourite place to get ramen here in Adelaide. The food tastes great, the portion is huge, the meals are all below $10 so no pressure on your wallet and the lady who serves everybody at the counter is always pleasant and courteous. I always come to eat here at least once a month to satisfy my ramen cravings.