Tentenyu is a Japanese ramen import that’s been serving hot bowls of noodles for over 40 years in Kyoto, and has their second LA location in downtown Culver City. Tentenyu’s distinguishing factor is that its broth is chicken-based, not pork - so it’s still fairly rich, but not so much that you want to fall asleep at your table.
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