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Hours

Regular Hours

Payment method
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Price Range
$
Location
Literally on the Corner of Lawrence Expwy and El Camino Real.
Categories
Japanese Restaurants, Asian Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Free, Private

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Cuisines: Japanese, Asian

Price Range : Average

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robertkmpr53

11/06/2012

Overall
Came in for lunch with friends...

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.

fredgudavgmail

10/04/2012

Overall
Big restaurant on el camino an...

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

icantdance73

08/05/2012

Overall
private parking lot in the bac...

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.

jimmy19788

07/03/2012

Overall
Right on the corner of Laweren...

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.

rebecca.norton

05/31/2012

Overall
Good Ramen, large eating area,...

Good Ramen, large eating area, I don't know why so many people are complaining. I have a very friendly waitress, our order took 15 minutes and the prices are reasonable. I also like their moorpark location and love the chicken kaarage.

jack.holenski

05/29/2012

Overall
With so many small Japanese ea...

With so many small Japanese eateries around the area, we weren't sure if this would be another typical ramen house (same relative taste/broth for everything). When we stepped in, we were kindly greeted in Japanese by the waitress and promptly seated. I ordered the Tanmen Ramen which was stir-fry vegetables with Ramen swimming in hot soup with the choice of ground pork or chicken, and a side order of gyozas. The service was extremely fast, and the food arrived steaming in front of us. The stir-fried veggies and meat were topped on the ramen, and were extremely fresh. The gyozas were flavorful, but not greasy. The place is clean, comfortable, and inexpensive for the portions that they serve. I barely finished half my bowl, but it doesn't detract from the delicacy of the food. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who wants a hot bowl of ramen at a casual sit-down place.

angelaepps354

03/31/2012

Overall
The bar area completely renova...

The bar area completely renovated. WOW!!! More seats, even more delicious menu, great music. Very impressed

I've been there a bunch for times already and I love it! For the price you get HUGE bowls of ramen and soup. I'm pretty partial to the shoyu soup and spicy miso ramen. They serve beer, wine and sake too. There is actually 2 sections to the restaurant. One side serves ramen and soup mainly and the other side is more of a lounge/bar area that serves more sake and finer meals. Portions are plenty and delicous. On the downside, parking can sometimes be a pain, due to the small lot being right next door to a motel. I definitely recommend this place.

stanw80

03/31/2012

Overall
really really really good rame...

really really really good ramen.limited selection, but everything is yum! Haven't tried Shoyu Ramen, but so far the best ramen I had in Santa Clara. But there is a wait sometimes. The noodle is cooked just right, not too soft and not too hard, with a chewy smooth texture. The taste is nowhere near to the store brought dehydrated noodle

andydyer

03/19/2012

Overall
Kahoo - Fantastic food at a m...

Kahoo - Fantastic food at a marvelous price. My current favorite & recommendation is the Spicy Miso (2 meals in one). This bowl has a spicy thick soup base, veggies and a lot of other stuff I can’t identify. The seating area is clean and large to enjoy your meal with friendly server(s) coming to your table.

A great date place with a with warm earth tones and wood accents. I tried the chiken kaaragen and my date had the miso chicken. We both were impressed with our meals. The both dishes were flavorful with the chicken being moist. I can't wait to go back and try the other dishes on the menu. Give it a try as you will be pleasantly surprised.

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