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Mr Ramen has been serving filling and flavorful bowls of noodles at low prices to eager patrons for many years. The eatery lets you choose from a broad variety of ingredients and protein options, including pork and seafood, so you can customize your ramen dish to your particular craving. There is also a generous vegetarian section on the menu and a few savory appetizers, including curries and gyozas. The decor is plain and fancy-free, so it's all about the noodles.
Bored of regular food and typical cuisines? A visit to the Zencu Sushi & Grill is a must. As the name suggests, this sushi bar serves excellent sushi and other Japanese delights. You can start off with appetizers like Cold Tofu, Tuna Tartare and then gorge on entrees like Beef Teriyaki, Tonkatsu, Unagi Bento and so forth. That's not it, coming to the sushi and sashimi section, it features different varieties. And, along with this tasty and elaborate food menu, patrons can also savor drinks like hot tea, ice tea or Japanese Ice Cream Shake. All in all, for a hassle-free and pleasant dining experience, head to the Zencu Sushi & Grill.
Marugame Monzo specializes in the Japanese dish udon, which is a thick noodle made from wheat flour. Due to the open kitchen at this restaurant, patrons can watch the chefs while they expertly prepare this Japanese favorite. Here, the udon is available in varieties such as bukkake, mentai squid butter, uni, curry, beef, sea urchin cream, duck, mushroom and seaweed. Their menu also offers other dishes like beef tataki, ikura rice bowl, miso carbonara, shrimp tempura and fried chicken. So walk into this restaurant for a taste of tangy East Asian comfort food, served at reasonable prices.
Ever jones for that late-night, after-bar bowl of soup, the steaming flavorful goodness to warm your innards and neutralize the effects of the night's vagaries? This is it! Koraku is a busy spot that teems with patrons slurping up delicious noodle soup every night till 3a, located at the eastern end of Little Tokyo along the main drag. The selection is vast and will satisfy most cravings, also making it a feat to get through the entire menu. The service is unsentimental and fast, and the portions are substantial, to say the least. So there is a good chance you will get a great lunch out of for the next day, all for a very modest price. Cash only. - Kate Sobol
Suehiro Restaurant is one of those "natives-in-the-know" places. Visitors to L.A. have to be told about this nondescript eatery, but once you try it you will be an instant convert. If you like fresh and delicately seasoned tempura that is light and flaky and melts in your mouth, then you will understand why this place is so popular. Anything you order is sensational, but the tempura is in a class by itself.