Japanese consumed noodles were three per week per person, include newborn baby. So imagine how much noodle we Japanese eat. We do not depend on expert, I love their noodle, top to bottom for all flavor.
Of cause, I didn’t taste all ra-me existed in the world, but their noodles are the best in my limited experience.
I ate SSG, Daikoku, Orochon, Tanpopo, Nihon, Kyuushuu, Ajisen, Chabuya, Santouka, Sansui, Shisen, Shuchann, Umemura, Kairaku, Kouryu, Menbei, Ebisu, Tamaya, Koraku, Mr.Ramen, Kinchan, Ramenya, Hanashima, Hanaichimonme, Eboshi, etc.
Some of them are good and some other is bad. But Foo Foo Tei at city of industry(not Monterey Park) is the best. For me.
I am Japanese and am always searching for authentic flavors. Foo-Foo Tei reminds me of Grandma's cooking and traveling across Japan.
They have an excellent selection. Many side dishes and appetizers. There are many types of ramen including different broths. The curry is authentic Tokyo style.
Parking and seating are limited. You may have to wait a while but it's worth it. It gets a bit warm inside as well. The area is a little strange, part residential but mostly commercial/warehouse. Don't be put off by it, the food is real Japanese food.
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