Good ramen. Very big portion. We shared our ramen and chicken fries. It is cheap and there isn't taxes. We love that place.
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The place is very small, so waiting is expected. We came as a group of 5, so we were happy to share a 4-person table while 3 of us sat on a bench. The ramen was simply delicious. Two of us ordered the spicy pork...More
Its very definitely "Americanized" ramen (especially the thicker broths - tantanmen, etc.). Very very friendly staff, and if you frequent the place (i.e., been there more than twice), they *will* recognize you (you'd be surprised at the number of places that don't!) That said -...More
I actually chose to go to this ramen spot over the ramen in Mitsuwa which is right next door.it definitely was the right choice as I think they're flavors are pretty authentic.the décor and flare was ad ramen as it gets so you feel closer...More
I was very disappointed - we tried two different options and found both to be very greasy, the noodles slightly crunchy and the broth overly salty. The takoyaki appetizer was okay, but not great. I wouldn't go back, nor would I recommend. The place is...More
I stopped by for a quick dinner this week, as Kahoo Ramen was the last of three ramen places I wanted to try out near my haircut place. Tasty ramen with very nice ingredients, but the broth was a tad oily for my taste, and...More
I read about this place in the KQED Bay Area Bites as a top 10 favorite ramen shops in the area. It is a tiny little restaurant but the lines and the kitchen move fast even on a Saturday night. It is family-friendly. I ordered...More