Asa Ramen is another ramen bar in Gardena that I remember enjoying, but I’ve only been to this joint a couple of times. It’s only open during dinner hours, never for lunch.
Michelle ordered the Asa Ramen. This broth is a little too sweet for me to want to slurp up after I finish the noodles.
I got the special, the Shio Ramen with chashu. This was delicious, and I was scooping up spoonfuls of this broth and slurping it down.
The only down side to Asa Ramen is that the portions are not very big. When I get a bowl of noodles, I like to hold it up to my face and have it dwarf my head. If the bowls were as large as Hataka Ramen’s bowls or if they had noodle refills for a dollars, I might be more inclined to come back here more often, but that’s probably the fat American in me talking.