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Ramen in Burbank

bbj Dec 30, 2006 03:16 AM

Do you know where can I have good ramen in Burbank? Thanks.

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    bbj Dec 31, 2006 05:29 AM

    Thank you very much! Happy New Year! :D

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      rameniac Dec 30, 2006 08:33 PM

      takeshi ramen in glendale (on brand blvd.) is probably closest to burbank. it's one of the better shops in the valley, i think.


      1. bassbiz Dec 30, 2006 05:23 PM

        If you dont mind travelling a little bit there is Kyushu Ramen in Van Nuys on Sherman Way (near the 405). Best ramen in the valley, IMO. Great broth, chewy noodles and very generous portions. They also have some combo sets and a variety of things to order off their menu. Gyoza is very good as well!

        Kyushu Ramen
        15355 Sherman Way
        Van Nuys, CA 91408

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        1. re: bassbiz
          CucumberBoy Jul 24, 2007 12:10 PM

          Kyushu Ramen is more of a Korean-style, rather than Japanese, ramen cuisine, at least as far as I can tell. Although I have been patronizing the place for over a decade (their pork and soy sauce ramen is very good, time and again), they don't serve what I consider "classic" ramen (which is always topped with a slice of fish cake, veggies, hardboiled egg, and various meats and/or seafood). Don't get me wrong, Kyushu is great (and YES the goyza is delicious), but I'd really like to find a Little Toyko-type ramen house here in Van Oaks/Sherman Nuys. Suggestions?

          1. re: CucumberBoy
            Das Ubergeek Jul 24, 2007 01:30 PM

            Not really, unfortunately -- there's Takeshi Ramen in Glendale but that's about it, and if you're going to drive and park there you might as well just go to Little Tokyo.

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