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Posted by Darien on 06/26/2012
I love this place forever, but just for the record they actually don't deliver anymore! Definitely stop in some time though- they're great!
Posted by Gary on 01/30/2010
I was surprised as I am a total sushi snob, but this place was pretty great and the delivery was super quick. Highly recommend.
Posted by Stephan on 08/01/2009
I have been coming to Atch-Kotch since it opened in the late 80s. This is a restaurant that goes out of its way to make you feel at home and welcome but never in a loud, ostentatious way. I have witnessed many a regular bringing friends & family for their first time and introducing them to Yosh & Yuri, the owners, as I have. Think about that - how many times does that happen? As for the food: the Dip Ramen is a must, and they have the BEST fried rice in town. For the ultimate, just tell Yosh "Surprise me!" You'll never be disappointed.
Posted by myself on 06/19/2009
This resturant has all these things and can cater to a wide range of tastes with great success! The owners and staff treat their guest like a VIP. The only down side is the strip mall atmosphere but once your seated with friends and good food, it really doesn't mater.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/17/2009
This the best place to be made to feel at home. Just ask the owners to feed you... They'll ask "How hungry?" and then bring you whatever is best in the kitchen that day. Can't lose!! And the owners awill make you feel like family....
Posted by sharon on 10/12/2007
Sure you can make down home Japanese food at home, if you know how and have the time. I'm Japanese and do so on occasion. But, who has the time and really there aren't many GOOD authentic down home Japanese places in LA. All sushi or fusion. This place has a great atmosphere, great food, and super cool people who work there!
Posted by ClawedLA on 08/19/2007
I like the service here, and it's quiet. But truthfully, there's nothing here that's worth eating unless you're hungry and looking for cheap and filling. Don't get me wrong, the food isn't bad. It's just that it's not quite authentic enough (although the owner/chef is Japanese), and feels like the passion was lost years ago. If I want home-style Japanese food (ramen, rice bowls, curry, etc.) I'll just stick to going to the store and cooking for myself rather than come here. Too bad.