Great Japanese Curry place--The prices are very reasonable. The portions are very good and come with lots of rice. The food is very flavorful and the service is fast and friendly.
Favorite Dish: All the curry dishes are top shelf.
The restuarant is small and the staff is friendly. There are a lot of good Korean places in this area of Gardena, and I have to say this was one of the better places to choose from.
Favorite Dish: I really liked the Vegetable combo tofu bowl. They bring it to you in a steaming bowl and ask if you want to add an egg. You also get rice and some side elements (kimchee, kale, sprouts, cucumber, etc). You can mix into your bowl how ever you like. You can pick from not spicy, mild, a little spicy, spicy, or extra spicy. I went with #4, spicy, and liked the flavor.
The place is located in a Japanese store complex. From the outside, you can not see the name of the restaurant. You can't even see it once you're inside and looking at the menu. You'll see the restaurant by looking at the red sign on top of the restaurant door. And you'll see a wooden board with Japanese writings on it.
The place itself is pretty neat. It's a different experience all together. It's very small, it only has about 4 or 5 tables and a bar section where you can eat.
The ramen is goooood. Well, the broth is very good, the noodle is self is just ok. The way you order is you order the base ramen and if you want, you can order additional toppings, such as eggs and sliced pork meat. Besides ramen, this place also serves other Japanese appetizers / finger food. The mochi cheese takoyaki is good too ..
Favorite Dish: the ramen with the richer taste broth
No there's not really that many kinds of shrimp at this place, but their fried shrimp is really good. It's basically fried seafood, almost a fish and chips kind of place.
Favorite Dish: Well the fried shrimp if you couldn't tell from the rest of this tip.
Despite the name, I always come here for their beef terriyaki plate. It's soooo good. They also have burgers, chili burgers, and fries, but man that terriyaki is good. And....they have orange bang! Old school. You order outside at a window, but then you can go inside after and sit. Although there's not much seating. You eat on top of old school table video games. I almost never see anyone sitting in there. They always take their food to go.
Favorite Dish: Double beef terriyaki plate.
This place has both a Peruvian menu and a Chinese menu.
The food was pretty good.
My sister found it in an LA Times list of the best restaurants in Los Angeles.
The place was small and clean. But the place had got a "B".
Favorite Dish: I had the Arroz con Mariscos, which is saffron rice mixed with sea food. There was a healthy amount of squid, scallops, clams, octopus, mussels, and shrimp mixed in.