Inevitably, diners saved their money to eat in KTown and found much better Japanese options.
We're giving away 50 tickets to the premiere of this hardcore sushi porn through Facebook.
The Japanese broth relies heavily on the use of dried bonito flakes.
For some people, the cheese mold is "one of the world's greatest living surfaces."
A look at Joseph Elevado's opening menu.
It's like Subway, but with sushi. And robots.
Ramen expansion comes to Miracle Mile: Ramen Jinya opens second location on Wilshire Boulevard.
The opening of this Tokyo-style spot is expected sometime next week.
This coming flood of buckwheat noodles is sponsored by Japanese rice giant Shinmei under the cross-cultural exchange program, Common Grains.
Could U-Sushi become the Subway of sushi?
The Top Chef vet plans a kaiseki that will merge Japanese tradition with the space-age cooking the chef is known for.
The critic recalls Nancy Silverton's bacon burger exploding "like a meat grenade the instant it is breached by human teeth."
The Japanese chain will have a third shop, following the shutter of a Santa Monica store in 2009.
Owner Shigetoshi Nakamura calls water, "the foundation of all cuisine."
The Japanese and Chinese all-you-can-eat everything restaurant comes gunning for Westside waistlines.
Yes, the much ballyhooed ramen is finally here. Well, at least for three hours a day.
So far the changes appear more cosmetic than drastic.
If there's any Westside restaurant in bad need of a twin, it's this crowded spot.
Harry Morton imports Las Vegas' hottest food truck to Cahuenga.