20 "Ramen" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Mogu Mogu in West LA specializes in mazemen, a brothless ramen that has us feeling very full and happy.
A new Japanese spot in Koreatown, Iki Ramen serves hand rolls and a variety of excellent ramen.
Okiboru is a solid Japanese option in Chinatown for some casual weeknight noodles.
Mtn on Abbot Kinney in Venice is the casual but pricey Japanese izakaya from the people behind Gjelina and Gjusta.
Killer Noodle is the newest spot from the people behind Tsujita, and they specialize in tantanmen - super spicy ramen noodles.
The second location of Japanese chicken-based ramen import Tentenyu is in Culver City.
EAK Ramen is your Melrose ramen option when the lines at Tatsu are way too long.
Men Oh Tokushima isn’t the most well-known ramen spot in Little Tokyo, but it’s easy going atmosphere makes it a favorite.
The lines might be long at Ramen Tatsunoya, but this Pasadena ramen spot is worth the wait.
Jinya might be a bonafide chain, but it still delivers a very solid bowl of ramen.
Ramen Hood is an all-vegan ramen spot in Grand Central Market that's somehow actually delicious.