Review: Jonathan Gold tried the level-six-spicy ramen at Killer Noodle. It comes with water, towels and an en

The Tsujita ramen specialists open a spicy noodle shop just down the street on Sawtelle. On your first trip, you will want to try your tantanmen at level three — no refunds if it's too intense.
Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • January 12, 2018
“Our restaurant aims for painful, delicious and spicy,” reads a sign on each table at the new Killer Noodle on Sawtelle Boulevard. “Customers with sensitivity to spice should check with server before ordering. First-time visitors should refrain...
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