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Japanese: Daikokuya is a tiny place in Little Toyko, L.A.'s downtown enclave of Japanese immigrants. Looking more like an American diner than a classic noodle shop, nevertheless Daikokuya is one of the top spots in town to find a large, steaming bowl of tonkotsu soup, a combination of broth, tender Kurobuta pork, noodles, bean sprouts, scallions and a soft-boiled egg, all for under $10. It's such a popular place that you are likely to find a line out the door; even with three other locations in West L.A., Arcadia and Monterey Park, this outpost is always a busy place. They also serve up crispy gyoza dumplings, sushi rolls, teriyaki and an assortment of rice bowls, so come hungry. Note that this Daikokuya is cash only.

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Local Expert Jenny Peters Says:

Japanese: "This Little Tokyo location is cash only, so be sure to have at least $10 in your pocket when you arrive."

Best for Japanese Because: Classic ramen noodles have been served up here for years, in the heart of L.A.'s Japantown, also known as "Little Tokyo."

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Soups And Salads
Value Bowls
Kids Menu
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Combo Meals

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