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What’s Up, Fullerton, CA » wandering tummie



Dec 19

What’s Up, Fullerton, CA



I love finding good eateries especially those that have been right under my nose. Came to What’s Up with a friend who apparently knew about it before I did. I was pleasantly surprised, as I’m usually in this area quite often and never noticed this new Japanese ramen noodle restaurant. Keyword: new-ish. 😛 To my defense, it’s sort of in the corner, right next to Pielogoy, so it’s a little hard to find.

The restaurant is quite small, with bar seating. Expect a little wait even on weeknights. Sitting at the bar is fun; you get to watch young Japanese chefs make you food, drink, and talk animatedy among each other and customers.

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I tried kim chi with fried pork. I’m used to eating kimchi cold, so this stir fried kimchi had an interesting kick – cabbage, with onions, green onions, bean sprouts, sesame seeds, and thin slices of pork made spicy, hot, and cold all in one bite.

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I always like my ramen to be miso based. It just has a lot more flavor than soy sauce based. So it was easy for me to decide which type of ramen to order from the menu: spicy miso, with chasu (thick sliced pork). The only thing I don’t like about these ramen restaurants is that they only give you ONE piece of pork which is not enough for a carnivore like me so I’m “forced” to order extra pork. The second slice of pork you see in this picture is additional. Also, I wish the pork were marinated, but it seems the extra pork they gave me were just plain boiled. But other than that, I like the ramen here. It’s good enough to get me to come back and I won’t have to drive all the way to Costa Mesa for Yamadaya.

What’s Up
512 N. State College Blvd.
Fullerton, CA 92831
(714) 526-5966


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