An uber-popular ramen restaurant is now serving in Downtown Los Angeles.
Silverlake Ramen, a lauded spot from Jitaek Lim, opened its first Central City location on March 14.
The Downtown outpost is the business’ fourth location; the original spot debuted in Silver Lake in 2012.
Located in the Historic Core, at 615 S. Spring St., the Downtown shop features a slightly redesigned menu, focused around ramen bowls such as The Classic, with tonkotsu broth, pork belly, chicken and tofu, and The Blaze, a similar bowl, but spicier.
Silverlake Ramen also serves mazemen, a cold noodle dish with no broth, and a mixture of veggies and ground pork.
Additionally, there are rice bowls, appetizers and a collection of beers and sake.
Silverlake Ramen is open daily from 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m.
©Los Angeles Downtown News 2019