"I mean, jeepers! It's fried chicken."
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The two-time World Sumo Championship winner tells Grub Street how he maintains a daily 5,000 calorie diet.
"I try to do no carbs, no dairy, and no sugar...to compete in the music industry with all those nineteen-year-olds."
Until ink.sack offers nan upgrade the small sandwich basically just tastes like what it looks like.
Nadine Trujillo's home was ransacked while she worked, leading to a community appreciation day in her honor.
The food court stand offers two dishes, an original tempura-topped rice bowl and one with Tokyo eel.
The new restaurant's look gives the mall a touch of class and contemporary design to savor.
We just hope the internet is still working when the dead finally rise.
The business makes one item, tendon bowls cooked to order.
An eight-day ramen test kitchen pops up in the Mitsuwa food court.
The uninspired rice bowl restaurant occupied a space other Mitsuwa employees call "cursed."
The Japanese crepe empire will only be here for eleven days before heading east.
Where to buy a Japanese smart-toilet, skewered pork belly, Samurai epics, whole sculpin, discount uni, a plush Mario doll, Japanese pastries, and arguably the town's best bowl of ramen under one roof.
The L.A. Times finds an old favorite is falling a little flat, while L.A. Weekly points us to some quality pigs.
Will the rice bowls be good enough to lure you from Santouka or Chego?