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Apr 11

Ajisen Ramen, Irvine, CA

 

Ajisen Ramen Irvine CA, ramen, ramen noodles, noodle, noodle soup, pork noodle, spicy ramen, spicy pork ramenPeople might disagree with me on this, but I think of all the ramen places I’ve eaten, this might be the best so far, even if it’s not considered “authentic ramen” by some. That’s probably because the flavor is just right to me, and they give you generous portions of meat – well, depends on which type of ramen bowl you get, of course. I usually get spicy pork ramen, which comes with spicy broth, spicy ground pork, three or four slices of pork belly, seaweed, cabbage, green onions, and egg. I’m always full afterwards, even with the requested half portion of noodle. I’m never left wanting more meat or anything like I have with other places.

Ajisen Ramen Irvine CA, ramen, ramen noodles, noodle, noodle soup, pork noodle, spicy ramen, spicy pork ramen, calamari, deep fried calamari, squid, fried squid

The fried calamari appetizer was also delicious. Lightly battered and right level of crunchy. I love it that they only serve tentacles, and not the calamari rings which are not as crispy. The only complain I have is they didn’t serve any kind of dipping sauce other than mayo. Yuck. But there’s a light soy sauce container on the table you can use. Sprinkle some of the ramen spices in it and you’ll have your own spicy dipping which tastes much better than that fatty mayo.

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