Orochon Ramen (Reported Closed)

123 Astronaut E S Onizuka St # 303 Los AngelesCA90012
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Orochon Ramen is home to the Special #2 challenge, which was featured on “Man vs. Food” and is famous for being the hottest ramen soup on the planet. People travel from all over the world to try the famous challenge of the Special #2 hoping to be a part of the “Wall of Bravery”, but only very few succeed. Come and try the most difficult challenge in the world and prove you are a real Orochon....
by binglocal on November 07, 2013 from binglocal


The Extras: Anyone who can finish a bowl of the special No. 2 will get his/her photo on a billboard in the restaurant and on the website.
by ezlocal on November 07, 2013 from ezlocal
Parking: Park in the underground garage located on Second Street between Los Angeles and San Pedro Streets. Don’t forget to bring your ticket to get validated.
by ezlocal on November 07, 2013 from ezlocal

Member Reviews

I enjoyed my first ramen in my life!:
I ate Ramen noodle for the first time there.Although it is spicy, I really enjoyed the unique taste of ramen soup. I am going to visit again. Thanks!!
by DavidP on May 15, 2011

Editorial Reviews

Citysearch Editorial Review:
The no-frills atmosphere and frequent waits don’t deter folks from flocking here for giant bowls of assari-kei-style ramen that’s served in seven levels of heat. On warm days, eating a hot bowl of...
by by Melissa Gage at Citysearch on August 02, 2010 from Citysearch
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Japanese soup spot in Little Tokyo's Weller Court is known for ramen specials of varying spice, fun atmosphere.
by by Contributor at Citysearch on June 26, 2007 from Citysearch

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Orochon Ramen serves delicious Japanese Ramen dishes that are flavorful and satisfying. Step 1 - Choose your soup: Miso, Soy Sauce, or Salt. Step 2 - Select the Spiciness Level. Step 3 - add Extras and Toppings (Cha-Shu Pork slice, Egg, Corn, Green Onion, Bamboo Vegetable Saute, Extra Noodle, Bean Sprouts, Garlic, or Butter). Step 4 - Enjoy!!
by cityvoter on May 13, 2016 from cityvoter
At Orochon Ramen, guests can prepare their own variety of ramen, a delicious noodle soup from Japan. In the first step of the three-level procedure, patrons choose a broth from Salt, Miso and Soy Sauce. In the second step, guests decide the spiciness of the ramen, with choices ranging from non-spicy to extreme. Finally, one can select the toppings, which include Cha-Shu pork slice, Tokyo negi...
by yahoolocal on June 17, 2014 from yahoolocal