This place is awesome, so many small japanese appetizers. I work in sunnyvale so this place is not too far from my office. I came here with friends a few months ago for the first time and have been here a few times now. The staff is nice and the dishes are consistent. My favorites are the beef tongue and the agedashi tofu - perfection!
2086 El Camino RealSanta Clara, CA 95050
From Business: Kobe Japanese Restaurant is a family-owned and operated Japanese and sushi restaurant in Santa Clara, CA. We have been transporting our diners to Japan for almost…
Came in for lunch with friends and had a few rice bowls and Ramen. I like it here. Big place, nice staff, a big menu. THe rice bowl I had with chicken was excellent and I had Shio Ramen which was good, not out of this world but acceptable. My friends liked their food as well and I am sure we will be back for lunch.
Big restaurant on el camino and lawrence. I have seen the sign on my way to costco and came to try it out with my friends. the service was a little slow in the beggining but improved as the night went on, plenty of parking and places for big parties. decent menu - the karaage was a little over cooked but the ramen was excellent - the broth was flavorfull but not overpowering, I will return to try other ramen. side note - saturday night was pretty busy with a short wait
Great spot for Sushi. En has a large, large menu full of tasty appetizers Got to check it out and catch a movie after. Warning: parking is can be tough and i had to walk across the street, other than that a great japanese place in santa clara
This is a decent size restaurant in a strip mall, a clean one. No, its not smaller orders of sushi. It really is authentic Japanese appetizers and small plates. Love the ambience, Very good japanese tapas.Left feeling hungry for more. but the flavours of the food are really good and unique
private parking lot in the back, little to no wait because the place is big, I reccomend the Tenma Ramen and Karaage. The waiters are fast but not very personable. I read the other reviews and don't agree with some of the ones that mention the saltiness, I liked my Ramn just fine and am used to a broth like consistency. The noodles appear to be made instead of store bought. There is a bar in the back of the restaurant, but when I was there it was not open. The menu is fairly large so I will be back to try some other dishes.
Right on the corner of Lawerence and El Camino. Large Sign, used to be a dient. Large Parking Lot that is shared with a hotel, but we had no issues finding a spot. Came for lunch - party of 5, seated immidiately, the service was ok, the food took about 30 minutes to come out and they brought one of the appetizers after the main entree and forgot one beer. All of this was made up by the Karaage and Shoyu Ramen - which was the best broth I have tasted in US. I must have gotten them on a good day. I will definetly come back with the wife and update the review.
This is probably the best ramen experience I've had on the Peninsula/South Bay. Chewy noodles, balanced broth (rich but not overly fatty), and a perfect onsen egg (cooked outside, runny inside). Make sure you try the sides, especially the fried chicken (Karaage).