One of the hottest ramen in Los Angeles, in small Tokyo, is owned by a Japanese man.
The shop is decorated with Japanese characteristics, ramen is made by hand, using pork and dolphin bones to make the base of soup, fresh but not greasy.
· Generally, there are many people in line, and you need to register at the door first and wait for the waiter to call.
Lined up for two hours at De Dahei, the first time to eat when there are few people, sushi is highly recommended
When we arrived a few minutes after opening, there was already a line outside, but it was worth the wait! The app launch is fast, hot, and the ramen is definitely delicious and large. The only downside is that the server tried many times to serve us food we didn't order, which was a bit confusing. But a good place!
It seems that many Japanese people come to this store to check in. It seems that the taste is quite authentic. The soup is very fresh and thick. The noodles are slippery. The meat is fatty and the noodles are generous. Why is American food so big! Can't eat it!
When you list the components of this ramen: noodles, boiled egg, seasoned bamboo shoots, bean sprouts, and green onion in a pork soup it all seems like the usual ramen fare ~ but this is ramen with a difference.