Tag Archive: ramen

West LA: Dan Dan Noodles at Beni Tora

  After failing to try the new dan dan noodle shop just down the street, we headed up Sawtelle to Beni Tora. I am always going to be a noodles fiend and I… Continue reading

Checking Out DTLA Ramen

I was pretty excited to see DTLA Ramen open up by me. I no longer would have to trek “so far away” to Little Tokyo for ramen. It’s right across the street from… Continue reading

Little Tokyo: Curry and Fried Chicken at Torigoya

  I’ve been stalking Torigoya ever since I heard it was opening. They’ve been open for dinner for months now but only recently opened for lunch. One day I walked by and saw… Continue reading

DTLA: Tan Tan Men at Anzutei Ramen

  Anzutei opened a few months ago but I finally had a chance to check it out this week. With the deluge of rain, El Nino has me craving noodle soups. Well, I… Continue reading

Pasadena: Spicy Miso Tonkatsu at Tatsunoya Ramen

  Tatusnoya opened today in Old Town Pasadena. The ramen shop features tonkotsu style ramen, similar to what one gets at Daikokuya or Tsujita. There are three selections based on intensity of the… Continue reading

DTLA: Ramen Hood to the Rescue at Grand Central Market

  Ramen Hood opened a couple of weeks ago at the Grand Central Market. It’s Chef Ilan Hall’s vegan ramen joint. I was super bummed out when Gorbals closed (in Los Angeles) and… Continue reading

Glendale: Birdbath Sized Bowls at Kanpai Ramen

  I’ve been hearing about Kanpai Ramen in Glendale for a while now. Perhaps best known for their tomato ramen, they also feature a bowl with American cheese. I wasn’t quite brave enough… Continue reading

DTLA: Ramen at Old School Orochon

  Old school ramenya, Orochon Ramen, is still plenty popular with long lines at night. It’s in the same plaza as Curry House, Mako Sushi, Tangerine, Yakitori Koshiji and the new location of Kokekokko. The anchor grocery… Continue reading

DTLA: Ramen and Chirashi at 3rd Generation Sake Bar

  Ramen is slowly taking over my life. My latest adventure was at 3rd Generation Sake Bar which opened about two months ago in Downtown Los Angeles. Their menu is fairly simple. Do you… Continue reading

Hollywood: Tanmen and Fried Rice at Atch-Kotch

  Recently I’ve been exploring the strip mall next to Sassafras Saloon. I hit up Pita on Vine and had great falafel. Now I’ve tried Atch-Kotch, a homey Japanese restaurant. The original owners… Continue reading