Ramen House Ryowa

650-965-8829
859 Villa St
Mountain View, CA 94041
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Noodle Shop

Top Sentiments among Ramen House Ryowa Reviewers

Rich chewy noodles Perfect ramen weather Love fried rice Excellent Cold ramen noodles Great ryowa flavor Awesome fried chicken Good sesame noodle soup Interesting tasting sauce Favorite butter corn ramen Delicate miso broth

Customer Reviews (10 reviews)

Dencha

on Citysearch Jan 10, 2009
Their ramen was really awful. I?ve never had that tasteless ramen in my life. I?m from Japan so I know what good ramen taste like. I don?t understand why they are so popular! I heard the restaurant was very popular so I... (more)

tlanz21

on Citysearch Nov 29, 2007
The name isn't posted outside (in English, anyway). There's always a huge line. There are no tables, only a crowded counter that snakes around the room. It's noisy. The menu is ramen and not much else. But the... (more)

A B.

on Judys Book Mar 21, 2006
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Contributor

on Citysearch Sep 07, 2004
<b>In Short</b><br>While waiting for seats at two U-shaped counters or two small tables, patrons peruse Japanese magazines from the bookshelf by the door or watch Japanese game shows on TV. The menu offers a small... (more)

kg_eater

on Citysearch Aug 05, 2004
Ryowa is a small noodle house that is always packed. The wait is very long, but the noodles are great. The menu provides a good variety of noodle dishes. The gyoza is delicious. The meal is served with kimchee and other... (more)

hin

on Citysearch Dec 27, 2003
Decent ramen, though I like Santa's (San Mateo) better. Cold ramen noodles served during the warm months are excellent. Maybe the best in the bay area. Interestingly, they provide complimentary kimchee. As... (more)

xshane

on Citysearch Aug 05, 2003
Thanks to this place and the same one in Berkeley, I'm addicted to Ramen. Good, authentic ramen, and Japanese TV to keep you amused when alone. What more can one ask. ***The one in Berkeley has special fried chicken,... (more)

kkachanski

on Citysearch Mar 23, 2003
Compare to ramen places in LA, this place is ~okay. Wish they had some more choices, I really love curry ramen, but they don't have it. I know one place in Northridge, L.A. that has a ton of different ramen types. Weird... (more)

salcicce

on Citysearch Jan 15, 2003
This place is about as close to a Japanese ramen joint as you can get. Big-long-bar setup... manga and newspapers to read. I've been looking all over town for the best ramen, after going on a three week ramen-eating... (more)

rurouni

on Citysearch Jan 09, 2003
Great little place! The food was good and inexpensive. For me, even one bowl of ramen is more than I can eat (just me). Also, there's TV (in Japanese) to watch and manga (in Japanese) to read. Everyone's polite. The only... (more)

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