Afuri is most famous for its yuzu ramen, i.e. it flavours its stock (made from chicken, bonito, seaweed and dried fish) with this lovely fragrant citrus fruit, resulting in a rather special, really delicious and rather addictive broth. I’ve read that Afuri also uses water specially collected from the wells of Mount Afuri in Kanagawa (hence the name) for their soup. The noodles themselves were nice–both S and I opted for their thin noodles which were nice and springy (they also offer a thicker “handcut” noodle). I also enjoyed their char siu, which was barbecued over charcoal à la minute. It was, in a nutshell, an excellent, light and delicious ramen I would order again and again.