Ramen tastes good but not like the authentic Japanese ramen. Good if you're on a budget. Menu is almost similar to Fuji Ichiban.
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My favorite place to eat ramen. I love the tan tan ramen. The portion for the ramen is big. We usually order one ramen and add an extra order of noodles and it will be enough for two people. We also like to eat the...More
I love the ramen here, the taste ’s exactly the same with 11 years ago when I first visit Ajisen in China. But unfortunately, the rice here was not cooked/ half cooked the day I went, hope the Japanese owner/staff could have noticed... Will go...More
Living in Japan for many years (which is most of my life), this restaurant is not the best for me. If I am paying $10 for a ramen I would like it to be authentic or close to one. The broth is good but greasy,...More
For the most part this place is better than Fujiichiban. Fujiichiban feels like a fast food place where as Ajisen is more of a family, relaxing restaurant. The decor is better and the menu is larger.
I enjoy eating here for lunch, different variety menu to choose from. Staff is friendly and would you assist on your questions. I recommend the baked mussels as appetizer and takana soup. In this photo is the chicken teriyaki set.
It's funny they always have army of young people working there. As I walk in I'm greeted with "irrashaimase!!" For a ramen store they have great variety of items on menu and wow beer is so affordable at Ajisen it's much cheaper than any of...More
Having lived in Hawaii for several years and also spent significant time in Japan, I like to think I know a good Ramen experience. Ajisen provided that. The service was expeditious and the waitress, although inquired as to our service when was appropriate, she wasn't...More
We no longer eat at both locations after seeing mold on the walls. The food is good. Real good even, but you cant over look the mold !!! Makes you think what else could be lurking at back. We had left comments in the comment...More