There will always be a long-standing argument about which restaurant carries the best food in Silverlake. The choices will also depend on each one’s preference, but for this article, we will focus on the top three ramen spots around town.
Everyone loves a good bowl of ramen. It’s a savory, hearty, and oftentimes meaty treat that is worth digging into, regardless of how hot it is outside.
So without further adieu, here are our top choices of ramen for this part of town. This is arranged in no particular order and you be the judge of which one will be at the top of your list.
“Authentic” is a word that’s misused a lot, especially when describing restaurants. But once you enter the doors of Osen Izakaya, you will feel like you’re in a different part of the world.
If you’ve been to Tokyo or any local ramen shop in Japan, you will feel the same vibe from this hole-in-the-wall spot. It’s quaint and cozy, and the way it is decorated can instantly bring you to a warm, comfortable ramen joint tucked away for only the locals and die-hards to know about.
Osen Izakaya is open on Monday to Thursday and Sunday from 12NN to 10 PM. On Fridays and Saturdays, they are open from 12NN to 11 PM.
Here’s another ramen shop that stuck to its roots, specifically to its place of origin in Kurume City in Fukuoka. And it’s no irony that this city is the known birthplace of tonkatsu ramen.
The folks here at Ramen Tatsunoya put a lot of heart and hard work into their craft to serve its loyal patrons. Their broth is simmered for a good 15 hours under high heat to bring out the most umami for your tastebuds. It comes with a light broth with perfectly cooked noodles for you to indulge in.
Ramen Tatsunoya is open daily from 12NN to 10 PM, and you can place online orders for added convenience.
The last item on our list took the town’s name, and that says a lot. “Silverlake Ramen is crafted to feed the soul,” its website says, and there is no lying there. Its loyal patrons consider it to be the best ramen spot in LA, hands down, and for good reason.
For one, it offers a wider variety of choices than many other spots, which includes veggie ramen and a garlic truffle option. You also have more options for the toppings, whether it be chicken, pork, or tofu. And if you want something outside of noodles, they have that, too.
Silverlake Ramen has different locations, and it’s all a matter of picking the right one that’s most convenient for you.
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