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Ramen Los Angeles

Okiboru Tsukemen [CLOSED]

Chinatown’s culinary landscape continues to become far more global. “Okiboru is a new entry to the neighborhood, located at the base of the Jia mixed-use building by Chinatown’s gate. Chef Sean Park and business...
Ramen Tokyo

Rokurinsha Special Dip Noodles

A honeycomb logo signaled our arrival at a recent Shinjuku offshoot Rokurinsha, a popular ramen shop that first debuted at Tokyo Station. I opted for Special Dip Noodles (860 yen), their signature bowl. Thick,...
Ramen Maui

Migrant French Onion Tsukemen [CLOSED]

Migrant a modern pan-Asian restaurant and lounge from former Star Noodle + Leoda’s chef Wailea Beach Marriott Resort & Spa. Migrant’s motto is “Come My House. Eat!” The concept honors the Hawaiian pineapple and...
Japanese Restaurant Los Angeles

Tsujita: Coaxing Extra Notes from Sawtelle Tsukemen Specialist

With my father and stepmother in Los Angeles for the first time in over two years, the goal was to share some favorite flavors that wouldn’t be available to the same extent in their...
Ramen Los Angeles

Ramen Yamadaya Tsukemen

Ramen Yamadaya was a fairly unlikely choice to become a breakout ramen house, with only seven tables, a quartet of red stools and an owner who committed to the concept because “ramen is popular.”...