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Patricia Kelly Yeo

LA Writer

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Kelly was raised on a steady diet of Koreatown's old school KBBQ, SGV Chinese dumplings, and lamb koobideh courtesy of her Beverly Hills Persian uncle. (Yes, by marriage.) A graduate of both USC and UCLA, she lives in a state of blissful unawareness about either school's sportsball antics, and now spends most of her time reading books to combat the internet's brain worms.

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First Look At Kinkan: The All-New Brick-And-Mortar In Virgil Village

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First Look At Kinkan: The All-New Brick-A…

A pandemic popup sensation, Nan Yimcharoen’s Kinkan is ready for the big time.

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The Most Chinese Thing About Me? My Fondness For Shengjianbao

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The Most Chinese Thing About Me? My Fondn…

SJB are easy to love - especially at these three LA spots - just don’t treat them like another badge on your Girl Scout-style foodie sash.

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China Red

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China Red

Go to China Red in Arcadia to explore the huge dim sum menu, and make sure to double up on shengjianbao.

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The Best Ramen In Los Angeles

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The Best Ramen In Los Angeles

The 15 best bowls of ramen in Los Angeles.

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The Best Tonkotsu Ramen In LA

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The Best Tonkotsu Ramen In LA

10 spots across the city hawking all pork, all fat, all flavor.

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Jinya Ramen Bar

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Jinya Ramen Bar

Jinya is a bonafide chain with locations across the country, but still makes a very solid tonkotsu ramen.

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Kai Ramen

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Kai Ramen

Kai Ramen has multiple locations across LA and makes excellent classic tonkotsu broth.

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Rakkan Ramen

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Rakkan Ramen

Rakkan Ramen in Santa Monica offers a wide range of plant-based ramen options, along with a great patio.

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Ken’s Ramen

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Ken’s Ramen

Ken's Ramen in Virgil Village makes some of the best paitan (chicken-based) ramen in LA. We especially like the spicy Hell version.

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Kotoya Ramen

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Kotoya Ramen

Kotoya is one of the best ramen shops on the Westside and we're especially big fans of their tonkotsu.

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