Kotohira Restaurant

★★★★★

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Small family owned Japanese restaurant that has great food. Everything on the menu is delicious, but their udon is their specialty. I love the gyoza too, which is always a good way to start off your meal.

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Small family owned Japanese restaurant that has great food. Everything on the menu is delicious, but their udon is their specialty. I love the gyoza too, which is always a good way to start off your meal.

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If you are craving some freshly-made udon noodles, this is the place to be. Get them hot or cold with your favorite things like tempura or sansai vegetables.

Atmosphere is low key and sometimes the wait staff is a little slow, but still and enjoyable experience overall.

4
★★★★☆

If you are craving some freshly-made udon noodles, this is the place to be. Get them hot or cold with your favorite things like tempura or sansai vegetables.

Atmosphere is low key and sometimes the wait staff is a little slow, but still and enjoyable experience overall.

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Kotohira's is my dad's favorite restaurant because they offer great food at reasonable prices. They are known for their udon noodles which is included with most meals. My favorite is the salmon bento plate because the fish is fresh, lightly grilled and melts in your mouth.

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Kotohira's is my dad's favorite restaurant because they offer great food at reasonable prices. They are known for their udon noodles which is included with most meals. My favorite is the salmon bento plate because the fish is fresh, lightly grilled and melts in your mouth.

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Excellent udon and other basic Japanese fare like mom used to make back in Japan.
The service is always warm and accomodating. The selections are good for families as well as those who want a "izakaya" feel. My daughter even liked the electronically-enhanced washroom.

2
★★★★★

Excellent udon and other basic Japanese fare like mom used to make back in Japan.
The service is always warm and accomodating. The selections are good for families as well as those who want a "izakaya" feel. My daughter even liked the electronically-enhanced washroom.

Pros: good traditional non-sushi Japanese food and excellent udon

Cons: the parking lot can get crowded at busy times

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By far the best value and taste is up there with the best. Nabeyaki udon for $6.95!! $13.50 at another well know restaurant further south on Western/182nd in Gardena. Included is delicious (not mayonaissy) potato salad and takuan tsukemono. Sevice is prompt. Homemade udon is tops!! Tempura is slightly greasy but tasty. Hand written signs with very reasonable prices in a quaint (read: not contemporary) Japanese style restaurant. A real throwback including the prices. Highly recommended. This is THE udon joint.

2
★★★★★

By far the best value and taste is up there with the best. Nabeyaki udon for $6.95!! $13.50 at another well know restaurant further south on Western/182nd in Gardena. Included is delicious (not mayonaissy) potato salad and takuan tsukemono. Sevice is prompt. Homemade udon is tops!! Tempura is slightly greasy but tasty. Hand written signs with very reasonable prices in a quaint (read: not contemporary) Japanese style restaurant. A real throwback including the prices. Highly recommended. This is THE udon joint.

Pros: Authentic futonaga chewy udon

Cons: Table was sticky

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The hand-made noodles are the specialty at this Japanese restaurant, but our party of five sampled from all parts of the menu, including some of the Friday night dinner specials. I had the bento box, which included a small bowl of ramen and an assortment of selections from various parts of their menu. It was absolutely wonderful. It was very inexpensive as well. It's not WOW! but it's ummm....good.

2
★★★★★

The hand-made noodles are the specialty at this Japanese restaurant, but our party of five sampled from all parts of the menu, including some of the Friday night dinner specials. I had the bento box, which included a small bowl of ramen and an assortment of selections from various parts of their menu. It was absolutely wonderful. It was very inexpensive as well. It's not WOW! but it's ummm....good.

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Can't beat hand made udon and soba, if you were a noodle lover. Kotohira is an old style udon noodle house. Their udon and soba are the best I have had in L. A. Some traditions just cannot be improved upon. Kotohira's hand made noodles is one of them.

2
★★★★☆

Can't beat hand made udon and soba, if you were a noodle lover. Kotohira is an old style udon noodle house. Their udon and soba are the best I have had in L. A. Some traditions just cannot be improved upon. Kotohira's hand made noodles is one of them.

Pros: Great udon, Great soba, Great samen

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Kotohira has the best udon (japanese noodles)around. They make the noodles fresh daily. The Shoyu Udon is a must try! The waitresses are very friendly and the price is very appealing

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★★★★★

Kotohira has the best udon (japanese noodles)around. They make the noodles fresh daily. The Shoyu Udon is a must try! The waitresses are very friendly and the price is very appealing

Pros: Great Food, Inexpensive

 

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