Elsewhere, Thierry Perez closes his French market and cafe L'Epicerie.
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Rather than alleviate demand, L.A.'s favorite ramen restaurant imports a controversial style of Japanese noodles.
The Korean business class traveler struck a flight attendant in the face after deeming his ramen "too salty half-cooked."
In honor of its anniversary, white miso and Hokkaido ramen will both be offered on discount.
In typical style, the first four days of business will be dedicated to Facebook fans only.
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Popularized at Tasting Kitchen, the chef's handmade noodles will now be at his Downtown restaurant too.
And yes, they both carry bukkake noodles.
Ikemen Ramen is opening a branch at Yokohama's Ramen Museum.
The Hokkaido-style ramen made famous in Torrance is now serving in the former home of Raku.
Also, there's a Chinese restaurant called "Face" coming to Santa Monica.
The Oinkster owner is considering a soup noodle concept.
The chef will offer a $50 five-course menu using offal and an arrangement of classic ingredients served in new ways.
The imported chain specializes in miso-based Hokkaido ramen.
In Orange County, Brad A. Johnson gives DivBar a sterling review, a day before the chef takes off.
The new annex will help stem the overflow of hungry ramen-cultists.
A more timely ramen restaurant is coming in its place.
Jason Travi will oversee the kitchen at David Reiss' new seafood-focused restaurant.
Signage also hints there's a tempura specialty on the way.
The deal is good for two days to celebrate its first birthday.