The Lawrence's ramen with lamb stock, lamb belly, and chili paste. Hit the right spots with am unctuous, salty-spiciness that was rich and satisfying.
Chai Pani. I wish I could remember all that was in it, but there was tamarind and coconut and a good bit of spice.
St. Cecilia's homey and comforting Italiano-ramen with guanciale and a (un!)healthy dose of rendered guanciale fat in the broth. The broth tasted a bit like a thin Italian pork gravy, which was not exactly what I was looking for, but it was tasty, and was voted the ramen of the night by the crowd.So there.
Mibo. A bit of a mash-up that was sweet, buttery, and backed by a good bit of spice that tasted like szechuan peppercorn. Good stuff. All-in-all a fun way to spend a Monday night and all for a good cause. Now I need to go run a few miles to work off all the ramen.