Discover the Greatness of Huntington Ramen Beneath Its Generic Name

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • September 21, 2017
This story begins not at Huntington Ramen, but at a new restaurant I was originally planning to review for this issue. It looked promising at first: The place had a catchy name, well-curated social-media accounts, an eclectic menu and a bar with...
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