327 E 1st St
Los Angeles, CA 90012
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Customer Reviews (27 reviews)


on Citysearch Jan 12, 2009
I have eaten a lot of Ramen in my day and this is definately some of the best. By far the best Ramen in CA and it beats even a few Ramen shops I have eaten in Japan before. Gyoza and the speciality Ramen are highly... (more)


on Citysearch Nov 18, 2008
I go to Daikokuya with my gf at least once every month. There is only 1 kind of ramen here -- the daikoku ramen. The ramen is too good that it worths the 1+ hour wait. I've tried most of the famous ramen restaurants in LA and... (more)

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on Citysearch Sep 17, 2008
There's just something about their ramen, actually the soup base, that stands out from the other ramen places. Or maybe it's everything else they put in it. So buttery and good - so bad for you, but so good! There is a... (more)


on Citysearch Apr 15, 2008
Absolutely a hole in the wall with FANTASTIC food and no fuss service. Came during lunch and opted for the bar seating because there was no wait. Ordered their specialty hot ramen for $9. The soup base was creamy and... (more)


on Citysearch Apr 06, 2008
I love coming to this place especially during winter. The broth is full of flavor, it comes in huge portion, and its reasonably priced. A must-try for all the foodies out there! The place is small but I actually like its... (more)


on Citysearch Mar 22, 2008
<b>In Short<br></b>Empty chairs and countertops are hard to come by at this perpetually crowded soup shop. A popular dish at the family-owned spot is the daikoku noodle bowl, which includes marinated meat,... (more)


on Yahoo Feb 25, 2008
The cabbage salad is great! The fried rice was good but if you're into spicy noodles this isn't the place for you. Their soup base is made with pork and it is very milky. I think Orochon noodles is a better place.... (more)


on Yahoo Jan 31, 2008
This place is awesome, I love the combo plates, they cook per order, I know the wait to get a table is long and the wait to get your food cooked is about 20 minutes but they have large portions and you know your food has not... (more)


on Citysearch Dec 07, 2007
This place isn't fancy, but the staff is nice, and most importantly, it serves the best Japanese raumen I've ever had! (more)


on Citysearch Nov 10, 2007
Daikokuya is a small and cozy Ramen restaurant located at J's town. We recommend the Daikokuya Ramen - kurobuta (Black pork) ramen, the pork is soft, it seems to melt in your month, that's gorgeous. And the soup is... (more)
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