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Posted by tyler on 11/30/2012
Good noodles, not skimpy on brothe and definitely not one of the fake "udon" soup that is passed as Japanese. While the waitress is loud, I dont think she is rude. The place is noisy with no soft furnishing to absorb the noise so she has to be louder than usual. The waitress will remember your name if you frequent the place so I think that is GOOD service.
Posted by Greg on 10/16/2012
I agree with the last reviewer, that the woman in charge was very loud, and a little abrasive. We ordered take out, but the atmosphere was very noodle house, for sure. We only waited about 6-7 minutes, so we were in and out of there. Broth is great, lots of flavor. Definately a winner!
Posted by me on 01/02/2012
For a neighborhood joint, I think the food here compares reasonably well to the other ramen places in the city. The main problem is the service - the waitress we had was one of the loudest, rudest waitresses I've seen. She seemed to be shouting at everyone in the restaurant.
Posted by Eater on 06/07/2011
This place serves quality food at a reasonable price.
Posted by King on 05/06/2011
There aren't too many Ramen shops i like in the city. My favs are Minca, Ramen Setagaya, Ippudo. I would add Terakawa to that list. Their noodles and always good and their broth is delicious. Their pork slices could be better but still acceptable. Aside from the standard Ramen soups, they have some special selections. I recommend their Tomato Ramen. Its a nice fusion of ramen with cheese, sundried tomatoes, sliced berkshire sausage (tastes like sliced hot dogs to me) They also make their own homemade roasted garlic flakes. Definitely add this your ramen as it enhances the flavor. Been to Terakawa three times and I have yet to be disappointed.
Posted by Ramen fan on 09/11/2010
Flavorful pork soup with seasonal menu...good neighborhood addition