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Daikokuya Monterey Park

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111 N. Atlantic Blvd. #248 Monterey Park CA 91754
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(626) 570-1930
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Official Website - Welcome to DAIKOKUYA Ramen Homepage! DK Ramen - Original Noodle & Rice Bowl - Japanese Ramen Restaurant - Original Kurobuta Chashu Pork Shoyu Ramen soup recipe and gyoza. California Locations: Little Tokyo - Downtown LA Los Angeles, Arcadia - President Square Food Court, Monterey Park - Atlantic Place Shopping Center, Hacienda Heights. Daikoku dkramen.com ramen house shop....

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Reviewed Business
Daikokuya Monterey Park
Reviewer Name
Alan L.
Review Date
September 05, 2010
Reviewer Location
Pasadena, CA
Average Rating
5

Tiny place, good, traditional japanese ramen noodles.

This tiny restaurant is located in the mall in the north-west corner of Atlantic and Garvey; there's usually plenty of parking inside and directly in front of the place, which faces out on the north side of the building.

The main attraction is the ramen, which is a tradiional recipe of noodles, boiled egg, green onions and sliced pork in a huge soup bowl. My other favorite place that serves this style of ramen is Santouka, which has a stall in the Mitsuwa supermarket food court in Torrance, Costa Mesa and Santa Monica.

I still like Santouka slightly better, but this is the closest if I've seen. Santouka is cheaper because it's in a food court, while this is a sit down restaurant with probably a more "authentic" atmosphere, complete with japanese-speaking staff and a tiny store that looks like it could be from a crowded area of Tokyo.

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Editorial reviews from the web (1)

"Warm, bouncy noodles" and "rich", "flavorful broth" "make all the difference" for the "superior ramen" at this affordable chainlet of Japanese "greasy spoons"; there's "minimal service, little capacity and long lines", but "is it worth it? – absolutely."

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60

Yes my first time here. Finally got to see what the hype was about. Honestly was not totally impressed I mean its Ramen. It was good and I'm glad I at least gave it a try but don't think I will be...

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60

As far as ramen goes, this place definitely knows how to cook their soups. There is a hardiness to the broth that true ramen stock must have. This particular location is a well-known favorite...

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80

I'm no ramen connoisseur, but I really enjoy eating ramen from Daikokuya. Whenever I'm craving ramen, Daikokuya comes to mind. Located in a Monterey Park plaza, there is ample parking in the...

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Honestly, I was severely disappointed with the ramen. I was excited that they put a lot more toppings on then shin Sen gumi but the broth lacks flavor. I got the spicy miso and it was not spicy...

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I would say it's more 3.5 stars due to the fact that the ramen was just AOK and it was the main course. Here is what I would give each dish: Chicken karaage: 4/5. Crunchy on the outside,...

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Since 2008 the company has been providing Amusement Arcade.

Daikokuya Monterey Park is located at 111 N Atlantic Blvd, Monterey Park, CA. This location is in the Alhambra neighborhood. This business specializes in Camping.

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