You probably know Men Oh as that place you go to when the lines at Daikokuya and Shin-Sen-Gumi are too long. But despite not getting as much attention as its Little Tokyo neighbors, Men Oh wins you over with its fantastic service, low-key atmosphere, and unique Tokushima style ramen that comes with stir-fried pork belly on top. Yes, it’s as good as it sounds.
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