Finally made it over there, after some of the initial craze has died down. Looks like if you get there about 1/2 hr ahead (on a weekday) it’s sufficient to get in on the first round. About 20 seats. But since they appear to take food orders in the order that you are in line, coming later for a shorter wait in line means a longer wait for food. Anyway, really enjoyed the tori paitan ramen $16, with extra chasiu $2 (tonkotsu not available yet). Very rich and thick schmaltzy broth, slightly smoky with the fat starting to clump into curds , noodles thicker than I expected, almost udon sized but firmer, large thin slices of fatty pork, slightly rare duck slices were a nice touch. Can’t go back to other ramen places anymore! Music was a bit too loud for my tastes and seating was a bit cramped, no surprise of course.