LA's 16 Essential Ramen Shops
Killer Noodle by Tsujita is one of LA's 16 Essential Ramen Shops.

1. Killer Noodle by Tsujita

8.6
2030 Sawtelle Blvd, ロサンゼルス, CA
麺類店 · West Los Angeles · 10個のヒントとレビュー

EaterEater: What’s different about Killer Noodle is its clear homage to the spicy Chinese-inflected tantanmen, with sesame and pepper-laden noodles that come in either soups or “dry” style platters. Cash only. 続きを読む

Hakata Ikkousha Ramen is one of LA's 16 Essential Ramen Shops.

2. Hakata Ikkousha Ramen

8.7
21605 S Western Ave Ste J, トーランス, CA
麺類店 · Olde Torrance · 8個のヒントとレビュー

EaterEater: The hakata-style ramen uses a rich but not overly fatty tonkotsu base while throwing in chili or garlic oil to boost flavor. Comparable to Shin Sen Gumi but with a bit more finesse. 続きを読む

Ramen Shack Takumiya is one of LA's 16 Essential Ramen Shops.

3. Ramen Shack Takumiya

1550 S Pacific Coast Hwy #A, Redondo Beach, CA
アジア料理店 · South Redondo Beach · 1件の Tip

EaterEater: This Redondo Beach chain prepares classic tonkostu-style ramen and seared chashu pork at reasonable prices. There are various spice levels for any adventurous diners looking to amplify the flavor. 続きを読む

Tsujita Annex is one of LA's 16 Essential Ramen Shops.

4. Tsujita Annex

8.6
2050 Sawtelle Blvd (at Mississippi Ave), ロサンゼルス, CA
麺類店 · West Los Angeles · 49個のヒントとレビュー

EaterEater: This all-ramen restaurant from the popular izakaya just across the street serves a completely different bowl here, using thick noodles and a dense, porky broth that's chock full of garlic. 続きを読む

E.A.K. Ramen Melrose is one of LA's 16 Essential Ramen Shops.

5. E.A.K. Ramen Melrose

6.4
7455 Melrose Ave (Vista and Melrose), ロサンゼルス, CA
ラーメン屋 · Mid-City West · 9個のヒントとレビュー

EaterEater: The thick cut noodles here pick up more broth with every slurp, and additions like chopped onions and garlic oil ensure one doesn't get bored on repeat visits. 続きを読む

venice ramen is one of LA's 16 Essential Ramen Shops.

6. venice ramen

9.0
515 Washington Blvd, Marina del Rey, CA
レストラン · Venice · 9個のヒントとレビュー

EaterEater: This ramen shop is the best place for Japanese noodles on the Westside. Amp up the flavor with a spice bomb. For something less heavy, opt for the Chuka Soba, a Tokyo-style bowl with a lighter broth. 続きを読む

Jidaiya Ramen Dining is one of LA's 16 Essential Ramen Shops.

7. Jidaiya Ramen Dining

6.7
18537 S Western Ave, ガーデナ, CA
ラーメン屋 · Northeast Torrance · 11個のヒントとレビュー

EaterEater: The standard ramen offerings can be slightly inconsistent from bowl to bowl, but when it's good, the tonkotsu is very admirable. The Tokyo-style ramen has a burst of bonito to round out the flavors. 続きを読む

Tsujita LA Artisan Noodle is one of LA's 16 Essential Ramen Shops.

8. Tsujita LA Artisan Noodle

9.2
2057 Sawtelle Blvd, ロサンゼルス, CA
麺類店 · West Los Angeles · 196個のヒントとレビュー

EaterEater: Both the standard ramen and tsukemen are the two best offerings in LA in either category. Formerly just a lunchtime affair, the original Tsujita now serves ramen day and night. 続きを読む

Ramen Tatsunoya is one of LA's 16 Essential Ramen Shops.

9. Ramen Tatsunoya

7.8
16 N Fair Oaks Ave (Exchange Aly), パサデナ, CA
ラーメン屋 · Old Pasadena · 22個のヒントとレビュー

EaterEater: This transplant regularly fields long lines in the heart of Pasadena. Try varying the flavors with spice and extra chashu pork. To avoid a wait, go in the middle of day, or right before dinner. 続きを読む

Santouka is one of LA's 16 Essential Ramen Shops.

10. Santouka

9.0
3760 S Centinela Ave (at Venice Blvd), ロサンゼルス, CA
和食店 · Mar Vista · 101個のヒントとレビュー

EaterEater: A big chain in its native Japan, Santouka in the Misuwa Marketplace offers some of the freshest, most delicious traditional-style ramen in LA. [Eater 38 Member] 続きを読む

Tentenyu is one of LA's 16 Essential Ramen Shops.

11. Tentenyu

2012 Sawtelle Blvd, ロサンゼルス, CA
ラーメン屋 · West Los Angeles · 7個のヒントとレビュー

EaterEater: The focus at Tentenyu is on chicken ramen, with the broth made from scratch and boiled for ten hours, until it becomes rich in the same way you might think of pork-based ramen to be. 続きを読む

Ramen Yamadaya is one of LA's 16 Essential Ramen Shops.

12. Ramen Yamadaya

8.1
11172 Washington Blvd (at Commonwealth Ave.), カルバーシティ, CA
麺類店 · West Los Angeles · 66個のヒントとレビュー

EaterEater: Yamadaya boasts a thick, umami-rich tonkotsu broth and thin noodles. The tsukemen broth has a fishy intensity while the thicker noodles make slurping easier. 続きを読む

Shin-Sen-Gumi is one of LA's 16 Essential Ramen Shops.

13. Shin-Sen-Gumi

9.0
132 S Central Ave (btwn E 1st & E 2nd St), ロサンゼルス, CA
ラーメン屋 · Little Tokyo · 114個のヒントとレビュー

EaterEater: The Hakata-style is one of the most recognizable types of ramen. Completely customizable this loud, raucous dining room will surely remind one of Japan. 続きを読む

Kotoya Japanese Ramen is one of LA's 16 Essential Ramen Shops.

14. Kotoya Japanese Ramen

11901 Santa Monica Blvd (at Armacost Ave), ロサンゼルス, CA
和食店 · Westgate · 26個のヒントとレビュー

EaterEater: This broth doesn't overwhelm in fattiness like a tonkotsu, and the noodles are slightly better than average alkaline, but the whole bowl adds up to a delicious umami-bomb thanks to high quality sides. 続きを読む

Ramen Jinya is one of LA's 16 Essential Ramen Shops.

15. Ramen Jinya

8.8
11239 Ventura Blvd Ste 109 (Studio City Plaza), Studio City, CA
ラーメン屋 · Studio City · 94個のヒントとレビュー

EaterEater: With an evenly balanced bowl and Hakata-style noodles, it's like old faithful in the landscape of all these new shops. Jinya has a fun fast casual shop in Hollywood & Highland as well. 続きを読む

Asa Ramen is one of LA's 16 Essential Ramen Shops.

16. Asa Ramen

7.2
18202 S Western Ave (182nd St), ガーデナ, CA
麺類店 · Harbor Gateway South · 16個のヒントとレビュー

EaterEater: The noodles here makes this one of LA's classics. With a dated but charming interior and a wide menu of karaage, dumplings, and takoyaki, it's a perfect late night ramen joint in the South Bay. 続きを読む