Rather than alleviate demand, L.A.'s favorite ramen restaurant imports a controversial style of Japanese noodles.
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In typical style, the first four days of business will be dedicated to Facebook fans only.
Also, there's a Chinese restaurant called "Face" coming to Santa Monica.
A noodle obsessive spills the broth.
In Orange County, Brad A. Johnson gives DivBar a sterling review, a day before the chef takes off.
Tatsu and Jinya are now serving Little Osaka, with enough room left for both to garner praise.
Chef Laurent Saussy explains his inspiration.
Elsewhere, Jonathan Gold targets Bryant Ng's Spice Table as the bulls-eye of L.A.'s coherent new dining scene.
A look back at one delicious year.
The critic recalls Nancy Silverton's bacon burger exploding "like a meat grenade the instant it is breached by human teeth."
An eight-day ramen test kitchen pops up in the Mitsuwa food court.
This Sawtelle newcomer just might rearrange the current ramen standings in L.A.
The business has a poetic plan for Little Osaka.