Like its name implies, Suehiro Mini is smaller than their flagship Little Tokyo location, but that’s pretty much where the downsizing ends. You can expect the same kind of soul-saving Japanese comfort food, like tonkotsu ramen, fried yakisoba noodles, and chicken katsu curry, a.k.a. the culinary equivalent of a forest bath, or finally paying off all your parking tickets.
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