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Gottsui Sawtelle Mini Review

In the same strip mall as the Blue Marlin (now closed) and Hurry Curry, there is another Japanese Okonomiyaki restaurant called Gottsui. Compared to some of the other places, this place is relatively new and has only been open for about a year. Apparently, they have ramen only for their lunch shift, and at night, it’s not available.

For my beverage, the waiter recommended the Virgin Yuzu Honey Breeze ($3) but it really wasn’t anything great and I can hardly remember what it tasted like.

For starters, I tried the Ponzu Kyuri ($3.25) which was a lot milder than I thought it should be. I was expecting a lot more ponzu and less cucumber.

While trying starters, I tried the cold tofu Hiyayakko ($4.75). This too seemed a little mild but better than the cucumber.

For my main course, I tried the Grilled Tororo Yakisoba ($12.95) which consistent with the other dishes also seemed under seasoned. Frankly, the tororo (grind yam) was the only good thing on this plate. The noodles were not the kind that I like so I’ll have to try something else next time I go here… if I ever go back.

2119 Sawtelle Blvd.Los Angeles, CA 90025
Lunch: 11:30 am-3 pm
Dinner: 5:00 pm-Midnight