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Ramen Jinya
Japanese Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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11239 Ventura Blvd Studio City, CA 91604
11239 Ventura BoulevardUSCalifornia91604
$$Japanese Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Japanese Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Takeout Restaurant
Today 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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Casual branch of a local chain specializing in Japanese noodle soup, located in a shopping center.- Google
"Nice and heavy :D Also you can choose your noodle size!"
"The flavors are savory and this is in regards to their No. 3 Tonkotsu Spicy."
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Arthur Wong
3 months ago
This place surprises me at every instance I come here. The first time a noodle shop that got me into a food coma just right after the meal. I ate just one bowl of ramen, and that's a big compliment for a big guy like me. I was definitely full afterwards. I walked around the marshals to exercise the calories I just intake... and I headed to the car. Immediately, I fell into a food coma where I just didn't want to drive. I eased down the chair and slept for a good 30 mins. That's good ramen! The next visit I made, I tried the appetizers and dessert. Very good. I recommend trying the appetizers and dessert. The ambience of Ramen Jinya is very pleasing and authentic. I have had ramen at a few other places, but nothing comes to genuine and authentic is Ramen Jinya. The staff is very accommodating and warming.
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Michael Weissman
8 months ago
Jinya has some competition from some of the new ramen shoppes that have popped up recently in the valley, but their broth is still the king to this ramen fanatic. Ignore the sides, you'll find better ones elsewhere, though the tempura Brussels are a good choice.
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Ben Le Vine
9 months ago
I've seen the menu change, I've seen their popularity grow, but I'm happy to say that they consistently offer great service and excellent food.
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Lauren Wong
12 months ago
Jinya! I love you!!!! So i been to both the mid-Wilshire location and this one. They're both excellent. Their broth/soup is definitely a deeper taste. It's not as light as the legitimate ones. But I love the flavor. Nice and heavy :D Also you can choose your noodle size! :D I get the black garlic oil one with extra spice on the side. Usual price for Ramen. Wish ramen could be cheaper in general...
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Cameron Jones
2 months ago
Delicious ramen bowls here are well worth the 20 minute wait. In the end it's a bit pricey for noodles but who cares it's jinya
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Gongyot Poomtago
10 months ago
This is the best of the best of ramen in Southern California. I have been their customer for 5 years. They never disappoint me. Their food always taste the same. Love It :)
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Hoa Slezak
a year ago
I like this place a lot! It has plenty of seating inside and out. I used to order here about once a month, at least, because I loved their Tonkatsu Red. Unfortunately, they stopped serving it. That made me so sad. Especially since I kept telling friends and family to try this place specifically for the Tonkatsu Red. The egg is awesomely flavorful. I've never had an egg at a ramen place quite like the one you'll find here. Jinya's egg is actually seasoned and the yolk is left a bit runny, like it is supposed to be. But other than the ramen, their Jinya Bun is pretty tasty too. The "sushi rolls" are not exactly anything special. Their spicy "rolls" aren't even remotely spicy.
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jenn d
a year ago
I only eat ramen/noodles occasionally so when I do I always go with my friend to Jinya. It is in my neighborhood and it is so filling. They have a happy hour with $2 items . The soup itself always full me up but whenever I go during their happy hour I wind up getting way more than I can handle! Great soup and great service!