For when you don’t need gourmet, but just a good bowl of ramen, Menya is the answer. This small restaurant feels like a little patch of Tokyo, except for the distinctive B.C. tree-stump stools. It specializes in tonkotsu ramen, the kind made by boiling pork bones into a rich, almost milky broth. Nagasaki chanpon is the deluxe bowl, with seafood, pork bits, and more. The menu includes grilled items for dinner, like mackerel and chicken, plus a couple of don dishes and salads.