Tag Archive: ramen

Anaheim: Ramen at Orange Tei

  After checking out Nepenthia, the craft beer fest, at the Anaheim Packing District’s Farmers Park, I went into the new Packing House. The Packing House just opened at the beginning of June… Continue reading

Costa Mesa – How to Create a $12 Bowl of Ramen at Santouka

Step 0 – Go to Santouka Ramen. Step 1- order the shio (salt) ramen Step 2- get it large (not small, not medium) Step 3- add an egg Step 4 – get extra… Continue reading

Hakujin Ramen by Ricky Yarnall

  Harvard & Stone bartender Ricky Yarnall brings his Hakujin Ramen pop-up back on Sunday, February 16. He’s featuring his hand-cut noodles and awesome broth. I really enjoyed all the toppings including his… Continue reading

Little Tokyo: Ramen Hunting at TOT & Kouraku

I’m still hunting for my replacement bowl of ramen in Little Tokyo. Ever since Chin Ma Ya closed, I’ve been knocking on the doors of old favorites and new ramen houses. I’ve been… Continue reading

Costa Mesa: Going Full Fat at Ramen Yamadaya

Although I have been to Ramen Yamadaya in Los Angeles (or Culver City if you wish to be exact), I am glad I made it out to the Costa Mesa location. It had… Continue reading

Little Tokyo: Checking out Handmade Udon at Marugame Monzo

  Maragame Monzo took over the Fat Spoon space last month and adds yet another noodles shop to Little Tokyo in Downtown Los Angeles. But unlike its neighbor, Daikokuya, Monzo serves handmade udon… Continue reading

Little Tokyo: Ikemen Ramen Now Open

Ever since my usual ramen shop closed in Little Tokyo, I’ve been on a ramen rampage. Luckily for me, a few options have opened in Downtown. I checked out the new Ikemen Ramen… Continue reading

DTLA Lunch: Kagura in Little Tokyo

  Recently I decided I needed to find some new lunch spots in Little Tokyo. After seeing the lines everywhere, we ended up at the quiet Kagura. It’s in the Japanese Village Plaza… Continue reading

DTLA: Men Oh Tokushima Ramen Now Open

There’s a new ramen-ya (that’s ramen joint) in town. Men Oh brings tokushima ramen, a bit of a hybrid between tonkotsu (fatty pork) and shoyu (soy sauce) broths. On the island of Shikoku… Continue reading

SF: Ramen at Katana-Ya

  While in SF over Labor Day weekend, we decided to go for something simple. I’m always down for ramen and had heard about this great place called Katana-Ya. It has a cult… Continue reading