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Ramen Room Marries Japanese and Filipino Flavors in Sherman Oaks Next Week

Opening October 14, from the guy behind The Oinkster

A bowl at Ramen Room, Sherman Oaks
Ramen Room

Chef Andre Guerrero has a long, strong history of restaurants in Los Angeles, and now he’s expanding into a whole new foray altogether. Ramen Room will be the Oinkster and Maximiliano chef/owner’s first trip down the Japanese rabbit hole, but according to the man himself, he’s enjoying the fall.

Guerrero has been secretly on a mission for some time now to bring quality bowls of ramen, done his way, to Los Angeles. Of course there are already great Japanese-run bowl spots aplenty, but Ramen Room hopes to offer something with a strong Filipino twist.

Take a look at the menu below, and you’ll see a variety of cross-cultural options for both starters and soups. There’s crab sushi, spicy tuna rolls, and lumpia to start, followed by straightforward shio and tonkatsu ramen, plus a fish sauce’d bowl of chicken soup with rice noodles that provides a new look at a classic preparation from the Philippines. You can also expect beer, wine, and hopefully some draft sake as well. Ramen Room opens to the public October 14.

Ramen Room
13355 Ventura Blvd.
Sherman Oaks, CA

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