Rather than alleviate demand, L.A.'s favorite ramen restaurant imports a controversial style of Japanese noodles.
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The two smashed patties with gold and purple cheese on a crunch bun will only be available when the team is playing.
In honor of its anniversary, white miso and Hokkaido ramen will both be offered on discount.
In typical style, the first four days of business will be dedicated to Facebook fans only.
The restaurant will introduce house-made corned beef sandwiches and a new cocktail called the Shillelagh.
The Hokkaido-style ramen made famous in Torrance is now serving in the former home of Raku.
Fatburger and Buffalo's Cafe Express are celebrating their new-found union tomorrow.
The Venice local has a full new menu, but is sticking to simple aesthetics.
Feau, who recently closed The Royce in Pasadena, will team up with The Oinkster chef-owner and former L'Orangerie sous chef Ressul Rassallat.
The restaurant will tempt you away from ramenville next Wednesday.
The imported chain specializes in miso-based Hokkaido ramen.
The new annex will help stem the overflow of hungry ramen-cultists.
The fire comes after a recent relaunch of this ancient Oklahoma import.
The noodles are daily made and served ice-shocked and slippery.
Under the new chef, takoyaki transforms into arancini, unagi is layered with lardo, and salmon is smoked with a handheld gun.
The Taiwanese import offers adjustable sugar levels in its hot and cold drinks.
Gold considers the West L.A. burger bar through the prism of Myhrvold, Umami Burger, and Blumenthal.
Charlie Parker's using a whole pig in dishes like pork cheek ragout and a bacon and date cake.
The Sin City burger joint is still promising a fall opening at the site of this shuttered 40-year-old mom and pop.