Service was sooooo slow. For a $25 lunch, I expect better and faster service. I did see that my server had four tables. Maybe hire one more waiter?Food was okay, I've had better spicy tuna on crispy rice and short rib bop. The bop had spinach and that was it. I've normally had bop with all different types of vegetables, but that was Korean so maybe Japanese style is different.Also, I went the wrong way when trying to find the bathroom. I actually went into this kind of kitchen area. I walked around trying to find the bathroom and passed a worker but he didn't stop and ask me if he could help. I eventually asked some guy at another end of this area. A sign saying the bathrooms are located upstairs would be helpful.I complained about the service and the manager was super nice so one star for that!!
I normally do not review chains, but this was a pretty good ramen house with reasonable prices. I got the lunch special, a small ramen with a side for $11. I'd go back again!
Solid individual shabu shabu. I went there for lunch special and it was $15 for about eight slices of Angus beef and a big plate of veggies.
The best ramen and tsukemen I've tried in LA. It reminds me of the best ramen shops I used to go when I was in Japan.
Ordered lunch boxes. Very bland food. Was told their lunch box was a good deal but definitely not to me. Would not eat here again.
Topnotch ramen, fresh sushi and good location. For those ordering the don buri bowls, it's on the smaller side.
Awesome food, I tried many sushi places, but they are the best, highly recommended! Prices are low and portions are good sized.
Pros:Good Food.Very reasonably priced.Cons:Service is alright.No credit cards accepted over 10$
We accidentally went here first thinking it was the same as K Ramen and ordered gyoza before noticing. The server was super understanding and brought our gyoza upstairs to us. The gyoza was fantastic! I'll have to come back and order a full meal next time. Beautiful atmosphere.
On the left is a sign, in Spanish, for hiring dishwashers. On the right, in English, is a sign for hiring employees. This is an obvious form of racism and discrimination. Are you freakin' kidding me?