Asahi Ramen

2027 Sawtelle Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90025
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Noodles (mfrs), Restaurants
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Customer Reviews (45 reviews)

victor m

on Yahoo Dec 12, 2009
I have to admit the food was good but the service was nothing special. The prices are reasonable except for the drinks, they charge you $1.25 for a can of soda. It use to be our favorite place for roman... (more)


on Yahoo Dec 12, 2009
Food is good, environment is tight and place is almost always packed. Middle of the day, or late at night; tables usually full but never a long wait time. Went here a few times it was a one of my favorite ramen shops to go... (more)

by sushifoode at Menuism

on Citysearch Mar 29, 2009
Its been a while since I have been there. I ordered Chasu ramen. You get a small plate of tsukemono. We got... (more)


on Citysearch Oct 03, 2008
I've been going to Asahi Ramen for many years and it has always been consistant. They get you in and out for lunch, I only have a short time for lunch and they do a great job. The soy sauce ramen is my favorite and has had the... (more)


on Yahoo Jul 23, 2008
Large portion and typical Japanese noodle flavor. Clean and pretty fast. I had a miso rahmen with request no msg and it still tasted flavorful. (more)

by justin at Menuism

on Citysearch Jun 27, 2008
When choosing a ramen place it's always good to choose one that's really crowded and Asahi definitely gets ... (more)


on Yahoo Mar 31, 2008
I used to love this place. Sad I lost one favorite place. I will never go back: over-cooked soggy ramen, almost no pork pieces. Not worth of waiting for terrible food. Service was really bad as well. I was scared the... (more)


on Citysearch Jan 22, 2008
With so many small Japanese eateries around the area, we weren't sure if this would be another typical ramen house (same relative taste/broth for everything). When we stepped in, we were kindly greeted in Japanese... (more)


on Citysearch Nov 27, 2007
Went on a late-afternoon while visiting from out of town. My sister lives close by and had always wanted to try it. We split the bowl of wonton and noodles soup, which is SO huge there's no way girls like us could eat the... (more)


on Citysearch Nov 18, 2007
This place is the BEST for a cheap dinner on a cold day. All the ramen literally steams up the windows and it gets super warm and cozy inside the tiny dining room. The bowls of ramen are absolutely gigantic, so ask for an... (more)
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