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Filler text—I feel like it’d be great to have a quick little explanation of how these are two restaurants that represent the same family that brought Tatsunoya and Kando to the United States, but that are also different, reflecting and representing the two unique communities in which they’re situated. I’m happy to write something/massage/build on something if maybe you two can get me started on that.
Featured Menu Items
KOKU (RICH) TONKOTSU
Our signature bowl. The rich broth is topped with a house-blended umami paste, onion and garlic infused oil, and pork back fat. Served with thin noodles.
JUN (LIGHT) TONKOTSU
Tatsunoya’s original mild tonkotsu broth. Enjoy the authentic flavor! Served with thin noodles.
3 kinds of miso: red, white and barley are blended with our tonkotsu broth, then topped with a spicy oil. Served with thick noodles.
Ramen Tatsunoya - PASADENA
16 N Fair Oaks Ave
Pasadena, CA 91103