Santouka

Row 1

Details
3760 S Centinela Ave (at Venice Blvd)
Los Angeles, CA 90066
(310) 391-1101
Noodles, Japanese, Ramen
$
Hours
Mon–Sun: 11:00 AM–8:30 PM

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  • Inside the Mitsuwa Marketplace's food court, the signature shio (salt tonkotsu) ramen is excellent. The soy marinated chashu pork is as tender and sweet as pork gets.
  • the ramen here, especially their Salt Ramen is really good. recommended by most regulars
  • A big chain in its native Japan, Santouka in the Misuwa Marketplace offers some of the freshest, most delicious traditional-style ramen in LA. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Shio ramen w/pork. I repeat. Shio ramen w/pork. Or spicy miso ramen w/pork. You know, if you want options. Order & then buy an Ito En tea in Mitsuwa then shaboom! Ramen's ready!
  • Cash only. Spicy miso ramen with salmon roe over rice. Best, most consistent ramen in LA, this is my opinion after trying 7 other spots.
  • Get the D! The broth alone was amazing, pork was tender and noodles were perfect. One of the best ramen spots in LA. Pork bowl was good too although the rice was a bit mushy. Can't wait to come back.
  • Spicy miso set with #44 natto -- it's the best.
  • It starts slow. A craving here and there, every other month or so. Then it begins, creeping up on you ever so stealthily. You wake up one day sweating chasu broth & realize - You're addicted. Forever.
  • #31,#32,#33 - spicy ramen bowl. do it.
  • Spicy miso ramen and ikura rice bowl. Winning.
  • CASH ONLY!
  • Premium pork shio ramen FTW!!!
  • Get the side egg in soy sauce. Tastes great when dipped in the ramen
  • Pork Special Salt Ramen w/.. W/ SOY SAUCE EGG FTMFW.. Seriously, don't cheat yourself. Get it and LIIIIVE!
  • Try the spicy miso ramen w/ extra pork. I eat it at least once a week.
  • Salt ramen all the way.
  • Love this places. By far the best ramen on the westside. Prices are good for the size. Can get busy during lunch/dinner hours-so be prepared to wait for a table to open. Cash only.
  • They don't have the cold ramen often, but when they do and you don't want your veins to congeal w/ pork fat-liciouness it's fucking delicious alternative that's not a stupid salad LOL
  • Pork Special Salt Ramen pictured here with Soy Sauce Egg. Couple dabs of pepper & the chili powder. Everything's proportionate & blends well. Next time: Pork Special Salt & Spicy Ramen with Extra Egg.
  • Try their mini rice bowls as well!