The ramen is kind of good, however the actual draw of this place is the theme and ambiance. The solely cause I did not give this place a 5th star is because I even have had better ramen in Los Angeles. I tried the Tom Yum soup and my husband had the Shoyu ramen. They do offer tofu in the ramen, which I suppose is exclusive. The servers had been good to us but I think the server uniforms are funny. You walk in and are immediately surrounded by framed anime artwork, anime enjoying on the flat panels, and cute servers with dyed hair and cat ears AKA Cosplay. I felt the kid/nerd in me come out and it was really enoyable. You will in all probability by no means see one thing like this in your lifetime. I was taken off guard by this place by how unique the feel was. Spotted Anime Ramen as we have been driving and determined to test it out for lunch the subsequent day, although we had a sense it would not be nearly as good as some of the ramen places back residence, it seemed attention-grabbing and we wanted to just test it out. Walked in and one of the servicers was dressed like a maid however the other was simply in normal clothes, which we thought it was bizarre, so it wasn't required for all staff to dress up? We have been digging the anime posters and paintings on the partitions and after instagraming pictures, we ordered the BFF (1/2 Tonkotsu and half Shoyo) ramen, Stewed Beef ramen and Anime Lasagna. anime girl in bunny suit Do those poor ladies really should wear those terrible platinum blonde wigs? The parking zone was so packed on a Friday night time that folks had been parked in the fireplace lanes! If you need some quick food and do not wish to wait an hour for Ichiza, this is an option.
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