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Daikokuya

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WHY For 50 cents they’ll add extra pork fat to your soup base. Need we say more? WHAT It’s not as fast as we’d like, because of the lines of ramen addicts who slow things down at peak times. But the flavorful pork broth served at this dive is worth the wait. And you won’t [...]

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Orochon Ramen

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WHY To give your taste buds a jolt with ramen that comes in nine levels of spiciness. WHAT The ramen is tasty and the soup is flavorful, but what Orochon is famous for is its spicy challenge. The levels range from seven (no spice) to one (extremely hot), then moves up to ‘special number’ one [...]

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Katsuya Brentwood

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WHY Who knew Brentwood could be this happening? WHAT This upscale, always-packed, almost manic place is very Lost in Translation—lots of neon, purple and white leather, all of it created by famed French designer Philippe Starck. The menu, from sushi chef Katsuya Uechi, includes a variety of hot and cold items, including scallops with kiwi [...]

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Musha

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WHY Fatty pork belly (you know you want it), kim chee udon topped with butter and caviar, tuna poke, seafood-filled baguette au gratin… amazing and delicious dishes that typify the best of Japanese-L.A. fusion cooking. WHAT The loud, chaotic (and fun) Torrance branch is a contrast to the more sedate (and fun) Santa Monica location [...]

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Katana

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WHY The Sushi Roku of robata, this place serves reasonably authentic skewers of tasty meats and veggies at prices that reflect the neighborhood and the scene. WHAT Our food comes from three kitchens, the waiter will explain to first-timers dining at this trendsetting West Hollywood spot ensconced in a stunning 1920s-era Mediterranean structure. Nibble on [...]

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Hana-Ichimonme

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WHY Champon, a robust, spicy broth with seafood and lots of noodles. WHAT This Little Tokyo warhorse has been turning out good, inexpensive ramen for years, and it’s still going strong, despite the decline of the little mall it’s in. A handy spot for a quick bite Downtown. WHO Japanese-American regulars and Downtown partiers looking for [...]

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Izakaya Haru Ulala

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WHY Tasty dishes to accompany sake or beer: noodles, yellowtail with daikon, slow-cooked Kurobuta pork belly, shiitake tempura and robata-yaki, served until midnight during the week and 2 a.m. on weekends. WHAT Whimsical menus written in crayon set the tone at this casual space dominated by a U-shaped counter around the open robata-style kitchen, where [...]

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Sake House Miro

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WHY Beer and sake happy-hour specials, serviceable sushi and a fun selection of izakaya small plates. Korean bibim bap is surprisingly good here. WHAT Koreatown hipsters and Miracle Mile office workers populate the heavy wooden tables at this spot that reveals the Japanese fascination with ’50s-era Tokyo memorabilia. A faux alley at the rear of [...]

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Azuma Izakaya

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WHY Bargain izakaya dishes served in a casual, fun setting: udon, fresh mussels, fried chicken, miso black cod and much, much more. WHAT Three grill chefs send out excellent food until midnight from a menu with at least 100 items. Sake drums and beer kegs stacked in a corner decorate the tiny dining room, which [...]

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Oumi Sasaya

WHY A simple, elegant noodle house where udon reigns. WHAT Udon is the neglected noodle in the Japanese canon, often overlooked in favor of ramen and even soba. But here it’s the sole focus. Oumi Sasaya imports its wheat flour and makes its noodles daily, a difference you can taste in the sesame chicken tempura [...]

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