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.
Excellent Ramn in Santa Clara, the restaurant is in a nice location with plenty of parking - right off of lawrence expy. I had the karaage as an app and Shio Ramen for dinner. The portions are huge - too large for a single person - I felt full fairly quickly. I do not eat Ramen often, but when I do kahoo is a great choice.
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
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.
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.
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.
I was here for lunch last week and truth be told I had no clue what ramen restaurant was. I work around the corner and came in because i wanted some teriyaki and sushi. I was surprise a bit by the menu, but ordered the miso ramen and was not at all disappointed. The broth was excellent and did not weigh me down after lunch. The waitress was polite and attentive. I found my new favorite dish. The restaurant is huge and has plenty of parking. I will be a lunch regular in the future!
incredible ramen!. Ramen is not freeze dried and packaged in a bag. At least not real Ramen. Real Ramen is big long noodles fresh made, lots of vegetables, spices, and if your lucky a nice brown egg, whole. There are a few dozen good places in San Francisco, but only one or two such place here. Get the idea of sushi and tonkatsu outta your head, my intrepid traveller. Kahoo it ain t.
We re talking soup, lots of it, either miso (bean curd) or water/soy sauce based.Either way, its great. Try the signature house dish first, and follow it up with gyoza. .
You can expect to spend $7-10 per person per meal, but pretty much each serving is huge.
Come hungry, and use your chopsticks and ramen spoon in tandem. When you re done, put your dishes back up on the counter s top. Leave a tip, and if you ve never had it before, try a Ramune soda just once, but make sure the server opens it for you.