Posts Tagged ‘Soba’

February 25, 2010 Off

Ichimiann Bamboo Garden (Torrance)

By in 17: South Bay, Favorite Food Entries

One time the topic of “best soba in LA” came up, other than Otafuku , someone recommended Ichimiann Bamboo Garden. Also hidden away in the Torrance/Gardena area, Ichimiann locates on a quiet small empty street that’s easy to miss. The interior is hole-in-the-wall and very small. The place was quite packed when we were there, […]

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November 7, 2008 3

Otafuku (Gardena)

By in 17: South Bay, Favorite Food Entries

Back to LA. We went back to that wonderful Soba/Udon place Otafuku (see old post). If they could make common dish like Oyakodon so delicious, I’m willing to give another item a try — the other common Japanese dish that I don’t usually like: cutlet. Katsudon – Juicy Pork Cutlet Bowl Thinly pounded pork (Borkshire) […]

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April 14, 2008 1

Rikyu (Little Tokyo)

By in 06: Downtown LA

A traditional Japanese noodle place that serves soba and Udon in the 2nd floor of Weller Court at Little Tokyo. It was empty when we went in, while Curry House and Orochon Ramen (which I don’t get the appeal of, but to each and his own) in the same plaza were packed. There’re not as […]

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March 12, 2008 Off

Sanuki no Sato (Gardena)

By in 17: South Bay

Hiyashi Uni-Tororo Soba . Soba topped with Uni, grated yam and green onions. The last few times I went there this dish was unavailable so I’m glad to finally taste it. The uni was good and quite fresh, generous portion too. I love it.

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March 7, 2007 4

Sanuki No Sato (Torrance)

By in 17: South Bay

Once again we came to this famous soba house at Torrance. We wanted to order the Sea Urchin Udon but they were out… Sanshoku Wariko Soba – Trio of mini sobas consisted 1) salmon roe, 2) seasoned herring grated nagaimo yam (my fav), 3) nameko mushrooms. The bowls looked smaller than the photos suggested. Fresh […]

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