The new annex will help stem the overflow of hungry ramen-cultists.
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UCLA students no longer have to drive to SGV for dumplings and beef noodle soups.
The Sin City burger joint is still promising a fall opening at the site of this shuttered 40-year-old mom and pop.
A new pizza place, inspired by 800 Degrees, is also about a week away for its debut.
Tatsu and Jinya are now serving Little Osaka, with enough room left for both to garner praise.
The makers of kim chi and kalbi wieners plan to debut before summer.
The Sawtelle bean roaster is behind the popular restaurant's new coffee program.
The new restaurant will combine the best of both eateries and will even be called "New Japan by Sushi Stop."
In a burger of pig candy and wagyu, Ernesto Uchimura, saturates every bite with husky hedonism.
With Nina's, Plan Check, Nong La, and this new entry opening, the flavor profile is changing on Japanese-heavy Sawtelle.
The restaurant looks to be placing as much emphasis on the bar as it is on Ernesto Uchimura's menu.
If there's any Westside restaurant in bad need of a twin, it's this crowded spot.
By the time the kitchen debuts its famous "artisan noodles," we worry Ramen Jinya will have the spotlight on Sawtelle.
This Sawtelle newcomer just might rearrange the current ramen standings in L.A.
A new okonomiyaki spot opens on Sawtelle. Alert the Raku fans.
Already we sense a vintage aesthetic and a more professional than usual outfit at play on the street.
Nina's Mexican Restaurant is under construction on the increasingly less Japanese portion of Sawtelle.
The mom and pop store will leave Little Osaka, taking a sterling spread of seafood with it.
Already the coffee creations here look to be on a different level of artistry from Intelligentsia.
A blend of fresh fruit, shaved ice, and sweet ingredients marks a new entry in the frozen dessert market.