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A Tsujita Acolyte Opens Ramen & Tsukemen TAO in Buena Park

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • November 6, 2019

Ready to fortify yourself for the harsh winter? Photo by Edwin Goei If you blindfolded me and fed me a strand of the noodles from the new Ramen & Tsukemen TAO in Buena Park, I’d tell you it was udon. These are the most bloated ramen noodles in

. It’s so heavy, rich and viscous that it’s less like soup and more like Thanksgiving gravy. Everything I tasted in that first bowl of Ramen & Tsukemen TAO’s miso ramen is indicative of the Sapporo style—its heartiness is designed for harsh Hokkaido

Top 10 Japanese ramen: OC’s Best Places to Eat 2020

Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • October 13, 2020

St., Buena Park, 714-699-1078, ramentao.com Red miso ramen at Ramen & Tsukemen TAO in Buena Park (Photo by Brad A. Johnson, Orange County Register/SCNG) 3. Kitakata Ramen Ban Nai The original Ban Nai opened in Kitakata, Japan, in 1958. They now have

& Tsukemen TAO Chef/owner Toshimasa Sano worked at the legendary Tsujita Ramen in Tokyo for 10 years before coming to Southern California to continue his passion. Now in Buena Park with a ramen shop of his own, he’s focused primarily on miso ramen (and also

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