I've had ramen in Japan and the ramen served at Daikaya is comparable in quality. I had the Shoyu ramen and my friend tried the spicy miso ramen. The broth tasted excellent and the noodles were high quality and imported from Sapporo.
Everything with the exception of the rice ($2) is pricey. The ramen itself ranges from $12-15 and if you order a few add-ons (wakame, protein etc.), this can balloon to $14-18. I've tried ramen in several other Japanese restaurants across the country and find that $9-11 is a more reasonable price range.
Our waitress (woman with short hair and a nose ring) wasn't rude but she wasn't pleasant either. Upon asking about our gyoza order, she responded "it takes some time... remember?"
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