It's just off the intersection between Xikang Lu and Nanyang Lu, a stone's throw from SOHO and Shanghai Center. Spot it in a courtyard with a glass cabinet full of ramen packets, and one of those little shoulder-high curtains that tell you it's a ramen shop.
The wall of ramen is even bigger than before, and there're like six people working there. The menu/"bible" still features 100 types of ramen from everywhere in Asia, with creative toppings, sporting (Chinese) descriptions of flavors, spiciness ratings, etc. The final bowl is still hit and miss, but it feels friendly, genuine and they still serve your bowl of 38rmb curly-wurly instant noodles on a mat with the actual ramen packet next to it for your perusal and scrutiny.
Chico "Ramen Boy" Ngou says he moved to this new spot because he wanted to be able to sell ramen all day long, not just during the day. He's still behind the counter, very much involved and seems to be enjoying himself. Good on him. Good for him. Ramen boy becoming a ramen man.
Ramen Boy is at 112 Xikang Lu, near Nanyang Lu / 泡面男孩 西康路112号, 近南阳路. It's open from 11am-9pm.