Very small family run business. Menu is extensive for such a small place. Quality is very good. Generous portions.
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We had read there is usually a line so when we walked in and there was only 1 other person we were nervous but within 15-20 minutes the place was full. Really good Ramen I had the Tonkotsu Cha-Sha Men with hard boiled egg, really...More
A small shop on the back side of a strip mall, Cha Cha's may not be easy to find, but is worth the effort. The focus is principally noodles--ramen, soba and udon--and these dishes are tasty and ample. There is a variety of appetizer choices...More
This is one of those hidden places that serves authentic udon and ramen. They have only a few tables and a limited menu. There's often a wait but it is worth every minute! The chef is a master ramen chef which is evident in every...More
We dashed in here to get a quick bite to eat in the middle of the afternoon. My daughter had raved about the place. I tried something new, it wasn't bad. The TEMPURA WAS DELICIOUS. I will definitely be back.
This is one of the best Japanese places that I have come across. You could miss it from the street but it is worth turning into the plaza for. Small, quaint restaurant that brings everything that you expect from a japanese restaurant. They even offer...More
The broth they make is unlike anything I've tasted anywhere. They took down most of the menu items that they served in the beginning to focus on their better tasting items. Don't expect too much variety but do expect quality service and food.
We found this restaurant on yelp which is a good thing because we likely would never have found it otherwise. Cha Cha is fronting 441 but there is no sign on either side. We have driven by it and through the plaza without ever knowing...More
I think they must put something magical in their dishes because I keep wanting to eat there daily! I was in the mood for a yummy noodle soup. The variety of soups on the menu and the add ons available to customize your own were...More