Tsujita LA Artisan Noodle

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Details
2057 Sawtelle Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90025
(310) 231-7373
Noodles, Japanese, Ramen
$ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 11:00 AM–2:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Tsujita, a spinoff of a revered Tokyo ramen restaurant, is so far ahead of its competition that the others may as well not exist.
  • "Tsukemen is hip in all the usual ways, including obscurity, a stylized consumption ritual and flavor of an intensity that can be overwhelming the first few times out" -Jonathan Gold
  • Tsujita LA serves the best standard ramen and tsukemen in all of Los Angeles. The tsukemen might even be better than the ramen. Only available during lunch and cash only. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Best Ramen - 2012! Since opening last August it has become the most serious purveyor of Hakata tonkotsu in town, with noodle-loving crowds waiting outside the building at opening time. -Garrett Snyder
  • Smaller outpost of the ragingly popular Tsujita Ramen across the street, serving an abbreviated menu of shoyu ramen, tonkotsu ramen, miso ramen, and tsukemen dipping ramen.
  • Tsujita serves Hakata-style ramen in bowls that won't overwhelm you, each component perfectly achieved
  • Having lived in Asia, and sampled my fair share of Ramen, two thumbs up! Umami :)
  • Don't forget to add the egg when you order the Ramen or Tsukemen (lunch only). Salmon don is what you need to add to your combo!
  • Real good. And they have vegan options!
  • long lines, lackluster service! tsukemen with soft boiled egg and spicy broth is the ticket here, worth the wait!
  • Broth so rich and full if pork you'd think it was the annual defense budget.
  • Remember these rules!
  • You won't find a better tsukemen in all of L.A. Make sure to get the egg, and for the second third cover your noodles in chili pepper, the final third squeeze lime on the noodles.
  • Best tsukemen in LA!
  • If you're comfortable with ppl leaning over the railing and staring at you as you eat, sit in the patio. If you're a person waiting for your table, please refrain from this rude habit.
  • Wow what a tasty bowl of Tsukemen. First time trying this and it was absolutely delicious. Too bad they only serve that during lunch, but it's well worth the trip if you can make it.
  • They don't serve ramen or tsukemen on their dinner menu. :(
  • This secret weapon of this joint is the hot leaf mustard. Elevates the noodles and broth. Spread liberally.
  • Try the fried braised pork & sizzling tofu
  • Named Best Ramen in our 2014 Best of LA issue!