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Jakob Layman


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Jakob Layman

For all the excellent ramen spots in West Hollywood/Beverly Hills, good soba is a far tougher to come across - and that’s exactly why we’re so excited about Kazan. Located right on La Cienega’s restaurant row, this tiny noodle shop is from the Tatsu Ramen people, and the first thing you need to know about it is you’re going to be paying La Cienega prices. But if you can get over the initial sticker shock (bowls generally run between $25-30), you’ll be treated to some truly tremendous soba. Right now, the #1, which comes in a clear soy-based broth and is filled with chasu pork and homemade wontons, is our favorite. The noodles and fillings are all very good, but it’s the broth that steals the show. Rich, salty, and extremely truffle-y, this is what we’ll be eating every time the thermometer dares to dip below 70 degrees. If you’re looking for something with a kick, try the #7 “Lamb in Lava.”

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