Went to Lai Wah Heen for lunch today. Unfortunately they were closed and will remain so until next week. So, we had to change our plans, and for some reason decided to try Kenzo, the Ramen place nearby. We were initially seated at the front, which is quite cramped and cold by the door, but moved ourselves to a booth a few minutes later. The place is really clean, the bowls and utensils look new. I had the King of kings ramen, which was slightly spicy with lots of toppings inside, including half an egg, several meats, sprouts and mushrooms, etc. I think they make their own noodles, and while they're a bit on the thin side, they are tasty, and I enjoyed the soup. My companion had some sesame-oil based soup, which was surprisingly not very salty (a good thing), and tasty, but they had thickened it with corn starch or some other way, and I wasn't too fond of the consistency. Overall a decent experience. A hot bowl of soup was exactly what I needed on such an ugly and wet day. I would probably go back.