Sure, it’s a sushi restaurant, but more importantly, Goichi's has a ramen menu stocked with a long list of brothy beauties. The restaurant’s tonkotsu broth, made with pork and chicken, is always a solid bet, particularly when it’s filled with thick, chewy homemade noodles and laced with shreds of braised pork, fishcakes, roasted seaweed, green onions and chili oil. The portions are enormous, too. A single order comes served in a bowl the size of a hot tub. And if you pay in cash, you’ll snag a bowl for $8.95 instead of $9.95.