If you have any questions please call 213-626-9132 for our Little Tokyo location or 213-947-3106 for our Chinatown location.
Suehiro Cafe Little Tokyo Hours:
Monday 11AM to 1AM
Tuesday 11AM to 1AM
Wednesday 11AM to 1AM
Thursday 11AM to 3AM
Friday 11AM to 3AM
Saturday 11AM to 3AM
Sunday 11AM to 3AM
Lunch Time is 11am to 3pm (Mon to Fri)
Happy Hour is 3pm to 7pm (Mon to Fri)
Dinner Special is 7pm to Close (Mon - Thu)
Suehiro Cafe Little Tokyo Address:
337 E 1st St, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Suehiro Cafe Little Tokyo Phone:
Suehiro Mini Chinatown Hours:
Monday 11AM to 10PM
Tuesday 11AM to 10PM
Wednesday 11AM to 10PM
Thursday 11AM to 10PM
Friday 11AM to 10PM
Saturday 11AM to 10PM
Sunday 11AM to 10PM
Suehiro Mini Chinatown Address:
642 N. Broadway #5 Los Angeles CA 90012 Located in the Chinatown Center Mall
Suehiro Mini Chinatown Phone:
We apologize but we do not accept reservations.
SUEHIRO CAFE'S HISTORY
Two sisters from Japan had a dream of serving authentic Japanese comfort food to the people of America. That dream became a reality in the fall off 1972 when the sisters, Junko and Yuriko opened Suehiro Café.
Unfortunately, without any business or restaurant experience, they soon found themselves completely overwhelmed by the experience. For a short while, they even survived on the goodness of some food vendors that provided them with over-ripe fruits to eat just so they could save the money to pay their employees.
The path they chose was not what they had expected and much harder than they had imagined. But they never gave up and little by little, things started to get a little easier. Strangers became customers and customers became “regulars”, friends brought other friends, parents brought in their children and soon the restaurant became a common go-to-place for a lot of people in Little Tokyo.
2019 will be the start of our 47th year, making us one of the oldest restaurants in Little Tokyo and we are so very proud to say that we have served generations of our customers. We have served couples on their dates that became married and had children and those children becoming adults and are now bringing in their own children.
Today, Junko’s son Kenji has been running the family business since Junko’s retirement in 2001. He wants to continue what his mother and aunt had started and to remember and to appreciate all the sacrifices that were made by them that have made Suehiro Café into what it is today.