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Ramen Hood

Restaurants, Vegan Downtown Historic Core
Ramen Hood at Grand Central Market
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It might be hard, at first, to get past the vegan aspect of Ramen Hood. Aren't fatty slices of pork and thick tonkotsu broth why most people crave ramen anyway? But Ramen Hood, which sits near the southeast corner of Grand Central Market, doesn't serve watery, flavorless bowls. Instead, you can choose from either plain or spicy ramen, both boasting a thick, sunflower seed broth filled with king oyster mushrooms, nori, scallions, bean sprouts and hearty noodles. A vegan egg, made from soy milk and nutritional yeast, can be added for $2—and while it doesn't taste exactly like an egg, it's pretty close. There are a few sides available as well, like crispy broccoli sitting in a pool of soy chili glaze, and tofu al pastor. But the ramen is the star, and well worth a try even if you're all about that fatty pork belly.

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Address: 317 S Broadway
Los Angeles
90013
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Opening hours: Daily 11am-3:30pm
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