L.A.-based Silverlake Ramen will open its first Long Beach location on Monday, Sep. 30 at the massive LBX retail complex.
Jounetsu Ramen quickly replaced the short-lived 1035 Thai Place on 4th Street in a move that is both smart and needed.
With an explosion of ramen houses popping up across the city, we have your definitive guide and ranking of all things ramen in Long Beach.
Yes, Long Beach finally has ramen thanks to SteelCraft’s thanks to Tajima Ramen but it still fails to hit the drool-worthiness that is Little Tokyo’s ramen offerings—especially when it comes to joints like Daikokuya or Men Oh Tokushima.
As a foodie, I must point out the one massive hole in the Long Beach culinary scene: ramen. Genuine, authentic, Japanese ramen. Kyushu or Hokkaido style I care not. I want the kind of ramen that you can find at Tsujita or Daikokuya in Los Angeles. Long Beach resident Duncan McGuire agrees, which is why the man is using Kickstarter to hopefully make his dream of bringing noodles to the LBC come true.