Just when we needed the refreshment of cool mazeman noodles the most!
The massive sushi distributor is placing bets on a truck serving Japanese rice balls.
Tokyo-native Shinsuke Horinouch promises a meticulous approach to his tonkotsu ramen.
The critic notes that kaiseki influences are a growing antidote to our over-saturated gastro-pub scene.
Specialists from Japan have flown in to prepare their signatures.
The food court stand offers two dishes, an original tempura-topped rice bowl and one with Tokyo eel.
Tatsu and Jinya are now serving Little Osaka, with enough room left for both to garner praise.
The San Francisco barman will carve ice spheres using a soba knife.
The new concept gives customers control over their proteins, sauces, and plating.
The Japanese concept is most likely a smarter investment than a Pan-African restaurant open five days a week.
The Kardashian clansman envisions an opening in six to eight months.
This must be the quickest way to get L.A. foodies in a snit.
The new restaurant's look gives the mall a touch of class and contemporary design to savor.
The legendary Japanese chef plans an ultra-luxurious selection of meat and seafood options at his first teppanyaki concept.
Before diving in, SinoSoul takes a second to diss L.A.'s current ramen obsessions first.
Well, Dr. Dre won't be there, but you can catch oyster and intestine mien xian.
Collector, philanthropist, and former ballerina Mihoko Kiyokawa adds restaurateur to her resume.
Giacomo Drago opens a sister restaurant to Sushi House Unico.
The always-jammed soba specialist will be able to strech out in new digs.