Spicy miso ramen!! Love the interior
Creamy broth and chewy noodles are perfection. Don't be one of those people that finishes eating and then sits around chatting!
Pork Cutlet Bowl
Pork cutlet bowl ♡
This is the best ramen spot I've tried so far in Los Angeles. I got the daikoku ramen koterri style with a side of fried rice. The broth was amazing and the pork was melting away.
A bowl of Daikoko ramen
Daikokuya ramen with kotteri broth
A long wait, but there's plenty of vintage Japanese tin advertisements on the walls to look at.
Their Kaikoku ramen and its broth are epic. Also recommend their takoyaki. Best I've tasted so far. Get their thirty minutes before opening; they fill up quick.
The broth is amazing.
I love their Spicy Miso Ramen
Still my favourite ramen joint in America.
Gyoza and daikoku ramen! Yum yum yum
Porkbelly + Gyoza
The chicken here had a distinguish taste I loved it👍
Hi the people are quiet. Simone Kwan
Long wait but ramen is good
ATM in the rear of the restaurant, towards the restrooms
I loved it and you can taste the almost créamy flavor of the broth. Ate everything! The broth was rich, the eggs were on point, the pork belly chashu was soft and the noodles were cooked perfectly.
It doesn't matter how many times I go here, it never seize to amaze me. Anything I try from here is absolutely amazing. The servings are not large but they make up for it in flavor.
Dated furniture, small, weak service. Food is good though and would come back just for that. Be sure to wait a while so come early.
I love this place. Phenomenal ramen. Expect long wait. Cash only.
Great value combo set! Try the ramen with shredded pork bowl! 🐽🐷👍
Their pork sausage & slice roast pork are NOT to be missed!! 👍👍👍
Ramen here is awesome.
So worth the wait for the ramen. It was around a 1.5/2 hour wait. Just overall so satisfying.
Noddles Uufff !!
Good ramen, worth a try! Come hungry because the portions are large. We ordered the Daikokuya Ramen special which is a must as well as the Shredded Beef Bowl which was delicious.
Wonderful ramen, great takoyaki (but remember to let them cool lest you burn your mouth!).
The best Tonkotsu ramen I have ever had. The broth had the richest porky flavor. The flavor of browned pork came through very strongly. This type of broth usually tastes generic, this tasted of pork.
Good broth. Braised pork is not as flavorful on its own -- eat it with the broth & noodle.
The best Ramen experience since moving back from Fukuoka. The wait for seating is ridiculously long, but the Ramen is worth the wait.
Rice is better than ramen. Ramen is too salty than tokyo, osaka ramen. But salty foods work in here.
Classic ramen combo is the way to go.
The ramen is very good and not overhyped at all. Unfortunately, waiting in line is not worth it when there are other places in Little Tokyo also serving great ramen.
pretty great place for ramen, but don't be afraid to try shin-sen-gumi or men-oh in the neighborhood too...
Ramen well worth the wait, one of my favorite soft boiled tea eggs in LA.
So worth the wait...get the tonkatsu ramen!
Get their Daikokuya ramen if it's your first time here
Very disappointed. Called ahead of time to see what their hours were & was told they were open until 12am. I got there at 11 on the dot & was turned away.
The Daikokuya special ramen is delicious! If you want lunch on a weekend, get here before opening. It gets crazy busy!
It's even better the next day if you take home leftovers
Fantastic ramen despite the limited options (don't back down from choosing kotteri style), you'll probably have to wait for a table though
When you're done with you're meal, move somewhere else to chitchat, the line is long. Give other people a chance to enjoy this heavenly meal too.
The kotteri daikoku ramen is good, though it's not as good as Ippudo ramen in Fukuoka. The shredded pork rice bowl however, is HEAVENLY! Gyoza is awesome too. The line is long, but worth the wait.