Hello HiroNori Craft Ramen Torrance!

HiroNori Craft is now in Torrance! This ramen shop opened it’s first location back in 2017 and in just two years was recognized by the Michelin Guide. HiroNori Craft is now twelve locations strong; spanning both Southern and Northern California and this Torrance location being their latest.

The Torrance location is currently located at The Enclave; a new premier dining and lifestyle area in the South Bay. This is the perfect spot for HiroNori Craft Ramen as it has a cool vibe that Hiro Nori perfectly fits in.

HiroNori Craft Ramen’s menu consists of four different ramen types; Tonkotsu, Shoyu, Vegan and Spicy Cold Dipping Noodle. They also offer various rice bowls, sides and drinks.

On my first visit here; I chose to get their popular Tonkatsu ramen. The Tonkatsu ramen comes with pork chashu, green onion, spinach, seaweed, bean sprouts and a half egg.

I love the way they serve ramen here at HiroNori Craft Ramen. They being it out via window. It is similar to the ramen shops in Japan sans the curtain. The kitchens are also wide open and so one can see them cooking up their noodles and boiling their pork bone broth. All of their noodles are fresh cut daily and their broth is boiled for 24 hours. They even have special fruit infused water here. Every thing is specially crafted for the most delightful meal.

It definitely was a delightful meal for here. I loved the Tonkatsu ramen. There was two large pieces of Chashu that was so tender. It paired well with the spinaches and bean sprout. The broth was perfectly rich and tasty.

Being a ramen fan; I am definitely thrilled to have HiroNori Craft Ramen in the South Bay!

For more smiles; please check out my Yelp review on HiroNori Craft Ramen Torrance.


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