LOS ANGELES (CBS) — An iconic and traditional Asian dish is “popping up” at Breadbar.

From June 8 through September of this year, Breadbar, 8718 W. 3rd. Street, is changing it up. From 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. nightly, the restaurant and Chef Noriyuki Sugie will transform into Ramen Bull.

Ramen Bull is part of the eatery’s “POPCHEF” series and will serve a ramen-centric menu, gourmet sides and house made sodas for diners to slurp up.

“For me, ramen is timeless,” said Chef Sugie of the Japanese comfort food.

Given the pop-up restaurant’s name, Ramen Bull only serves beef bowls made with no MSG for a one of a kind flavor. Diners can also ask for the “Secret Menu,” which is full of vegetarian options.

“This concept is street food, affordable, but its gourmet. That is the key,” Sugie insists.

Portions are large enough to share, but won’t break the bank. Ramen bowls range from $11 to $15 and drinks are $5 each.

For more information on Ramen Bull, visit BREADBAR online.

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  1. Jeff says:

    Has anybody seen my missing dog?

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