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Los Angeles' Top 5 Ramen Joints Slideshow

Los Angeles' Top 5 Ramen Joints Slideshow


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1) Daikokuya

While I’m not one to follow the crowd, I can’t help but be blown away by what is hands-down the best (and most popular) ramen in LA. Period. Daikokuya only serves one type (tonkotsu), but it’s all you need. The rich and creamy pork broth and perfectly sized and cooked noodles are perfection. No complaints — except the infernal wait for a table.

2) Men Oh Tokushima

I was almost going to call Men oh the poor man’s Daikokuya after my first bite, but then soon changed my mind. While the broth wasn’t exactly as heaven sent as big D’s, the noodles and amazing soft-boiled egg were standouts. A fine addition to the tonkotsu realm, and one of Jonathan Gold’s favorites.

3) Chabuya Tokyo Noodle Bar

You probably won’t find this place on any other Top 5 lists, but I really loved the Kara Kara pork ramen accompanied by the massive slice of tender meat and bok choy at Chabuya. The sort of fusion take on ramen and the more upscale and airy décor gave me cause to add them to my list. Many ramen purists would probably disagree.

4) Ramenya

Another spot not going to win any awards, Ramenya offers a unique ramen experience with their Tan Tan Men ramen. It’s basically like egg drop soup dumped over noodles with ground pork and it’s fantastic! So decadent and flavorful. And in case things aren’t spicy enough for you, you’ll be offered an obscene looking bottle of chili oil. But be warned: this place has zero air conditioning, so avoid it on hot days.

5) Santouka

This 20-year-old chain churns out some pretty decent fast food ramen. Located in the food court of a Japanese shopping center, I really enjoyed the super casual vibe. The Spicy Miso ramen seems to be what everyone was ordering, so I followed suit. While the noodles were a bit instant-tasting (which I still enjoyed) the heat was certainly there, and I also greatly appreciated the option to get a smaller size for when you don’t have the time to go home for a 3-hour food coma nap afterwards.


Challenge Your Appetite: Indulge in Some Gluttony With Some Competitive Eating

Loosen that belt. Tuck in that bib. Engage at your own risk with dozens of LA food challenges, from South Pasadena to the City of Industry. It’s become part of the eatery culture, more popularized now since Adam Richman scarfed down a 72-ounce steak in Amarillo, TX. Consequently, daring souls have defied their stomach’s gastronomical capacities in food challenges ranging from doable to jaw-aching conquests.

With the evolution of competitive eating, from county fair pie-eating contents to ramen-slurping, the culture has grown creatively in sport and people. We used to watch food competitions with solely our own eyes. Now, witnesses can record gluttony with their smartphones. We’ve picked LA’s five best food challenges that will make your mouth water and stomach ache in minutes. Relax, if you’re not feeling audacious, these five spots do offer other flavorsome items on their menu. Now let’s exceed our appetite and gastronomically challenge ourselves into some gut-busting delights.

One of the most iconic deli sandwich joints in SoCal is Fat Sal’s Deli. Fat Sal’s was thankfully introduced to the West Coast by three friends (Sal, Jerry and Josh) from New York. They had the vision to revolutionize a boring and wimpy sandwich to a meaty and incredibly outrageous one. The Fat Sal’s Deli in LA, proudly uses the freshest ingredients possible, with Boar’s Head Brand delicatessen products. At Sal’s they offer countless selections of bread-bound treats. The Fat Texas BBQ is stupidly packed with BBQ pastrami brisket, chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, crisp bacon topped with grilled onions, melted cheddar and mozzarella fries, mayo and honey BBQ on a garlic hero. Another favorite of first-timers and regulars is the Fat Jerry: plumped with cheesesteak, chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, bacon and fried eggs, fries, finished with mayo and ketchup on a hero bun. If sandwiches won’t do, go ham out on Sal’s Fat Fries like the BLT Ranch Fries and Carne Asada Fries, or their burgers and hot dogs. The place is busy, loud and friendly. Lucky us, it’s open late to those with nocturnal munchies and ready for a fat appetite.

What’s the Challenge?

Although how sinful and convincing the name sounds, it is imperative we reiterate the unholy amount of goodness and size of The Big Fat Fatty. The Big Fat Fatty is a 27 inch garlic hero roll with five burger patties, one and a half pound cheesesteak, one and a half pound pastrami, chicken fingers, an entire package of bacon, mozzarella sticks, five fried eggs, jalapeño poppers, (breathes) french fries and onion rings topped with chili, marinara and fat sauce. The tricky part is finishing it in 40 minutes or less. The Big Fat Fatty name is certainly an understatement of the colossal creation itself.

What do you win?

With how victorious, yet repulsed you may feel after finishing, at Fat Sal’s they firmly believe they kind of owe you something: the sandwich is free ($49.99 value), and the winner can create and name their own personalized sandwich that goes on the menu at every Fat Sal’s!

Who’s finished?

Only two people have made history thus far, slaying the Big Fat Fatty, both of whom are professional competition eaters. Jamie McDonald created The Fat Jamie, made up of an endless list of Jamie’s preposterous personal creation, and the Fat Banh Mi-ki, manifested by Fat Sal’s other winner, Miki Sudo.

Native Knowledge: Jerry Ferrara, one of the three forefathers of Fat Sal’s is not only a third of the source driving Fat Sal’s success, but a celebrity seen in such films like “Think like a Man, ” “Battleship, ” and the popular TV series, “Entourage.”


Challenge Your Appetite: Indulge in Some Gluttony With Some Competitive Eating

Loosen that belt. Tuck in that bib. Engage at your own risk with dozens of LA food challenges, from South Pasadena to the City of Industry. It’s become part of the eatery culture, more popularized now since Adam Richman scarfed down a 72-ounce steak in Amarillo, TX. Consequently, daring souls have defied their stomach’s gastronomical capacities in food challenges ranging from doable to jaw-aching conquests.

With the evolution of competitive eating, from county fair pie-eating contents to ramen-slurping, the culture has grown creatively in sport and people. We used to watch food competitions with solely our own eyes. Now, witnesses can record gluttony with their smartphones. We’ve picked LA’s five best food challenges that will make your mouth water and stomach ache in minutes. Relax, if you’re not feeling audacious, these five spots do offer other flavorsome items on their menu. Now let’s exceed our appetite and gastronomically challenge ourselves into some gut-busting delights.

One of the most iconic deli sandwich joints in SoCal is Fat Sal’s Deli. Fat Sal’s was thankfully introduced to the West Coast by three friends (Sal, Jerry and Josh) from New York. They had the vision to revolutionize a boring and wimpy sandwich to a meaty and incredibly outrageous one. The Fat Sal’s Deli in LA, proudly uses the freshest ingredients possible, with Boar’s Head Brand delicatessen products. At Sal’s they offer countless selections of bread-bound treats. The Fat Texas BBQ is stupidly packed with BBQ pastrami brisket, chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, crisp bacon topped with grilled onions, melted cheddar and mozzarella fries, mayo and honey BBQ on a garlic hero. Another favorite of first-timers and regulars is the Fat Jerry: plumped with cheesesteak, chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, bacon and fried eggs, fries, finished with mayo and ketchup on a hero bun. If sandwiches won’t do, go ham out on Sal’s Fat Fries like the BLT Ranch Fries and Carne Asada Fries, or their burgers and hot dogs. The place is busy, loud and friendly. Lucky us, it’s open late to those with nocturnal munchies and ready for a fat appetite.

What’s the Challenge?

Although how sinful and convincing the name sounds, it is imperative we reiterate the unholy amount of goodness and size of The Big Fat Fatty. The Big Fat Fatty is a 27 inch garlic hero roll with five burger patties, one and a half pound cheesesteak, one and a half pound pastrami, chicken fingers, an entire package of bacon, mozzarella sticks, five fried eggs, jalapeño poppers, (breathes) french fries and onion rings topped with chili, marinara and fat sauce. The tricky part is finishing it in 40 minutes or less. The Big Fat Fatty name is certainly an understatement of the colossal creation itself.

What do you win?

With how victorious, yet repulsed you may feel after finishing, at Fat Sal’s they firmly believe they kind of owe you something: the sandwich is free ($49.99 value), and the winner can create and name their own personalized sandwich that goes on the menu at every Fat Sal’s!

Who’s finished?

Only two people have made history thus far, slaying the Big Fat Fatty, both of whom are professional competition eaters. Jamie McDonald created The Fat Jamie, made up of an endless list of Jamie’s preposterous personal creation, and the Fat Banh Mi-ki, manifested by Fat Sal’s other winner, Miki Sudo.

Native Knowledge: Jerry Ferrara, one of the three forefathers of Fat Sal’s is not only a third of the source driving Fat Sal’s success, but a celebrity seen in such films like “Think like a Man, ” “Battleship, ” and the popular TV series, “Entourage.”


Challenge Your Appetite: Indulge in Some Gluttony With Some Competitive Eating

Loosen that belt. Tuck in that bib. Engage at your own risk with dozens of LA food challenges, from South Pasadena to the City of Industry. It’s become part of the eatery culture, more popularized now since Adam Richman scarfed down a 72-ounce steak in Amarillo, TX. Consequently, daring souls have defied their stomach’s gastronomical capacities in food challenges ranging from doable to jaw-aching conquests.

With the evolution of competitive eating, from county fair pie-eating contents to ramen-slurping, the culture has grown creatively in sport and people. We used to watch food competitions with solely our own eyes. Now, witnesses can record gluttony with their smartphones. We’ve picked LA’s five best food challenges that will make your mouth water and stomach ache in minutes. Relax, if you’re not feeling audacious, these five spots do offer other flavorsome items on their menu. Now let’s exceed our appetite and gastronomically challenge ourselves into some gut-busting delights.

One of the most iconic deli sandwich joints in SoCal is Fat Sal’s Deli. Fat Sal’s was thankfully introduced to the West Coast by three friends (Sal, Jerry and Josh) from New York. They had the vision to revolutionize a boring and wimpy sandwich to a meaty and incredibly outrageous one. The Fat Sal’s Deli in LA, proudly uses the freshest ingredients possible, with Boar’s Head Brand delicatessen products. At Sal’s they offer countless selections of bread-bound treats. The Fat Texas BBQ is stupidly packed with BBQ pastrami brisket, chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, crisp bacon topped with grilled onions, melted cheddar and mozzarella fries, mayo and honey BBQ on a garlic hero. Another favorite of first-timers and regulars is the Fat Jerry: plumped with cheesesteak, chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, bacon and fried eggs, fries, finished with mayo and ketchup on a hero bun. If sandwiches won’t do, go ham out on Sal’s Fat Fries like the BLT Ranch Fries and Carne Asada Fries, or their burgers and hot dogs. The place is busy, loud and friendly. Lucky us, it’s open late to those with nocturnal munchies and ready for a fat appetite.

What’s the Challenge?

Although how sinful and convincing the name sounds, it is imperative we reiterate the unholy amount of goodness and size of The Big Fat Fatty. The Big Fat Fatty is a 27 inch garlic hero roll with five burger patties, one and a half pound cheesesteak, one and a half pound pastrami, chicken fingers, an entire package of bacon, mozzarella sticks, five fried eggs, jalapeño poppers, (breathes) french fries and onion rings topped with chili, marinara and fat sauce. The tricky part is finishing it in 40 minutes or less. The Big Fat Fatty name is certainly an understatement of the colossal creation itself.

What do you win?

With how victorious, yet repulsed you may feel after finishing, at Fat Sal’s they firmly believe they kind of owe you something: the sandwich is free ($49.99 value), and the winner can create and name their own personalized sandwich that goes on the menu at every Fat Sal’s!

Who’s finished?

Only two people have made history thus far, slaying the Big Fat Fatty, both of whom are professional competition eaters. Jamie McDonald created The Fat Jamie, made up of an endless list of Jamie’s preposterous personal creation, and the Fat Banh Mi-ki, manifested by Fat Sal’s other winner, Miki Sudo.

Native Knowledge: Jerry Ferrara, one of the three forefathers of Fat Sal’s is not only a third of the source driving Fat Sal’s success, but a celebrity seen in such films like “Think like a Man, ” “Battleship, ” and the popular TV series, “Entourage.”


Challenge Your Appetite: Indulge in Some Gluttony With Some Competitive Eating

Loosen that belt. Tuck in that bib. Engage at your own risk with dozens of LA food challenges, from South Pasadena to the City of Industry. It’s become part of the eatery culture, more popularized now since Adam Richman scarfed down a 72-ounce steak in Amarillo, TX. Consequently, daring souls have defied their stomach’s gastronomical capacities in food challenges ranging from doable to jaw-aching conquests.

With the evolution of competitive eating, from county fair pie-eating contents to ramen-slurping, the culture has grown creatively in sport and people. We used to watch food competitions with solely our own eyes. Now, witnesses can record gluttony with their smartphones. We’ve picked LA’s five best food challenges that will make your mouth water and stomach ache in minutes. Relax, if you’re not feeling audacious, these five spots do offer other flavorsome items on their menu. Now let’s exceed our appetite and gastronomically challenge ourselves into some gut-busting delights.

One of the most iconic deli sandwich joints in SoCal is Fat Sal’s Deli. Fat Sal’s was thankfully introduced to the West Coast by three friends (Sal, Jerry and Josh) from New York. They had the vision to revolutionize a boring and wimpy sandwich to a meaty and incredibly outrageous one. The Fat Sal’s Deli in LA, proudly uses the freshest ingredients possible, with Boar’s Head Brand delicatessen products. At Sal’s they offer countless selections of bread-bound treats. The Fat Texas BBQ is stupidly packed with BBQ pastrami brisket, chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, crisp bacon topped with grilled onions, melted cheddar and mozzarella fries, mayo and honey BBQ on a garlic hero. Another favorite of first-timers and regulars is the Fat Jerry: plumped with cheesesteak, chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, bacon and fried eggs, fries, finished with mayo and ketchup on a hero bun. If sandwiches won’t do, go ham out on Sal’s Fat Fries like the BLT Ranch Fries and Carne Asada Fries, or their burgers and hot dogs. The place is busy, loud and friendly. Lucky us, it’s open late to those with nocturnal munchies and ready for a fat appetite.

What’s the Challenge?

Although how sinful and convincing the name sounds, it is imperative we reiterate the unholy amount of goodness and size of The Big Fat Fatty. The Big Fat Fatty is a 27 inch garlic hero roll with five burger patties, one and a half pound cheesesteak, one and a half pound pastrami, chicken fingers, an entire package of bacon, mozzarella sticks, five fried eggs, jalapeño poppers, (breathes) french fries and onion rings topped with chili, marinara and fat sauce. The tricky part is finishing it in 40 minutes or less. The Big Fat Fatty name is certainly an understatement of the colossal creation itself.

What do you win?

With how victorious, yet repulsed you may feel after finishing, at Fat Sal’s they firmly believe they kind of owe you something: the sandwich is free ($49.99 value), and the winner can create and name their own personalized sandwich that goes on the menu at every Fat Sal’s!

Who’s finished?

Only two people have made history thus far, slaying the Big Fat Fatty, both of whom are professional competition eaters. Jamie McDonald created The Fat Jamie, made up of an endless list of Jamie’s preposterous personal creation, and the Fat Banh Mi-ki, manifested by Fat Sal’s other winner, Miki Sudo.

Native Knowledge: Jerry Ferrara, one of the three forefathers of Fat Sal’s is not only a third of the source driving Fat Sal’s success, but a celebrity seen in such films like “Think like a Man, ” “Battleship, ” and the popular TV series, “Entourage.”


Challenge Your Appetite: Indulge in Some Gluttony With Some Competitive Eating

Loosen that belt. Tuck in that bib. Engage at your own risk with dozens of LA food challenges, from South Pasadena to the City of Industry. It’s become part of the eatery culture, more popularized now since Adam Richman scarfed down a 72-ounce steak in Amarillo, TX. Consequently, daring souls have defied their stomach’s gastronomical capacities in food challenges ranging from doable to jaw-aching conquests.

With the evolution of competitive eating, from county fair pie-eating contents to ramen-slurping, the culture has grown creatively in sport and people. We used to watch food competitions with solely our own eyes. Now, witnesses can record gluttony with their smartphones. We’ve picked LA’s five best food challenges that will make your mouth water and stomach ache in minutes. Relax, if you’re not feeling audacious, these five spots do offer other flavorsome items on their menu. Now let’s exceed our appetite and gastronomically challenge ourselves into some gut-busting delights.

One of the most iconic deli sandwich joints in SoCal is Fat Sal’s Deli. Fat Sal’s was thankfully introduced to the West Coast by three friends (Sal, Jerry and Josh) from New York. They had the vision to revolutionize a boring and wimpy sandwich to a meaty and incredibly outrageous one. The Fat Sal’s Deli in LA, proudly uses the freshest ingredients possible, with Boar’s Head Brand delicatessen products. At Sal’s they offer countless selections of bread-bound treats. The Fat Texas BBQ is stupidly packed with BBQ pastrami brisket, chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, crisp bacon topped with grilled onions, melted cheddar and mozzarella fries, mayo and honey BBQ on a garlic hero. Another favorite of first-timers and regulars is the Fat Jerry: plumped with cheesesteak, chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, bacon and fried eggs, fries, finished with mayo and ketchup on a hero bun. If sandwiches won’t do, go ham out on Sal’s Fat Fries like the BLT Ranch Fries and Carne Asada Fries, or their burgers and hot dogs. The place is busy, loud and friendly. Lucky us, it’s open late to those with nocturnal munchies and ready for a fat appetite.

What’s the Challenge?

Although how sinful and convincing the name sounds, it is imperative we reiterate the unholy amount of goodness and size of The Big Fat Fatty. The Big Fat Fatty is a 27 inch garlic hero roll with five burger patties, one and a half pound cheesesteak, one and a half pound pastrami, chicken fingers, an entire package of bacon, mozzarella sticks, five fried eggs, jalapeño poppers, (breathes) french fries and onion rings topped with chili, marinara and fat sauce. The tricky part is finishing it in 40 minutes or less. The Big Fat Fatty name is certainly an understatement of the colossal creation itself.

What do you win?

With how victorious, yet repulsed you may feel after finishing, at Fat Sal’s they firmly believe they kind of owe you something: the sandwich is free ($49.99 value), and the winner can create and name their own personalized sandwich that goes on the menu at every Fat Sal’s!

Who’s finished?

Only two people have made history thus far, slaying the Big Fat Fatty, both of whom are professional competition eaters. Jamie McDonald created The Fat Jamie, made up of an endless list of Jamie’s preposterous personal creation, and the Fat Banh Mi-ki, manifested by Fat Sal’s other winner, Miki Sudo.

Native Knowledge: Jerry Ferrara, one of the three forefathers of Fat Sal’s is not only a third of the source driving Fat Sal’s success, but a celebrity seen in such films like “Think like a Man, ” “Battleship, ” and the popular TV series, “Entourage.”


Challenge Your Appetite: Indulge in Some Gluttony With Some Competitive Eating

Loosen that belt. Tuck in that bib. Engage at your own risk with dozens of LA food challenges, from South Pasadena to the City of Industry. It’s become part of the eatery culture, more popularized now since Adam Richman scarfed down a 72-ounce steak in Amarillo, TX. Consequently, daring souls have defied their stomach’s gastronomical capacities in food challenges ranging from doable to jaw-aching conquests.

With the evolution of competitive eating, from county fair pie-eating contents to ramen-slurping, the culture has grown creatively in sport and people. We used to watch food competitions with solely our own eyes. Now, witnesses can record gluttony with their smartphones. We’ve picked LA’s five best food challenges that will make your mouth water and stomach ache in minutes. Relax, if you’re not feeling audacious, these five spots do offer other flavorsome items on their menu. Now let’s exceed our appetite and gastronomically challenge ourselves into some gut-busting delights.

One of the most iconic deli sandwich joints in SoCal is Fat Sal’s Deli. Fat Sal’s was thankfully introduced to the West Coast by three friends (Sal, Jerry and Josh) from New York. They had the vision to revolutionize a boring and wimpy sandwich to a meaty and incredibly outrageous one. The Fat Sal’s Deli in LA, proudly uses the freshest ingredients possible, with Boar’s Head Brand delicatessen products. At Sal’s they offer countless selections of bread-bound treats. The Fat Texas BBQ is stupidly packed with BBQ pastrami brisket, chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, crisp bacon topped with grilled onions, melted cheddar and mozzarella fries, mayo and honey BBQ on a garlic hero. Another favorite of first-timers and regulars is the Fat Jerry: plumped with cheesesteak, chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, bacon and fried eggs, fries, finished with mayo and ketchup on a hero bun. If sandwiches won’t do, go ham out on Sal’s Fat Fries like the BLT Ranch Fries and Carne Asada Fries, or their burgers and hot dogs. The place is busy, loud and friendly. Lucky us, it’s open late to those with nocturnal munchies and ready for a fat appetite.

What’s the Challenge?

Although how sinful and convincing the name sounds, it is imperative we reiterate the unholy amount of goodness and size of The Big Fat Fatty. The Big Fat Fatty is a 27 inch garlic hero roll with five burger patties, one and a half pound cheesesteak, one and a half pound pastrami, chicken fingers, an entire package of bacon, mozzarella sticks, five fried eggs, jalapeño poppers, (breathes) french fries and onion rings topped with chili, marinara and fat sauce. The tricky part is finishing it in 40 minutes or less. The Big Fat Fatty name is certainly an understatement of the colossal creation itself.

What do you win?

With how victorious, yet repulsed you may feel after finishing, at Fat Sal’s they firmly believe they kind of owe you something: the sandwich is free ($49.99 value), and the winner can create and name their own personalized sandwich that goes on the menu at every Fat Sal’s!

Who’s finished?

Only two people have made history thus far, slaying the Big Fat Fatty, both of whom are professional competition eaters. Jamie McDonald created The Fat Jamie, made up of an endless list of Jamie’s preposterous personal creation, and the Fat Banh Mi-ki, manifested by Fat Sal’s other winner, Miki Sudo.

Native Knowledge: Jerry Ferrara, one of the three forefathers of Fat Sal’s is not only a third of the source driving Fat Sal’s success, but a celebrity seen in such films like “Think like a Man, ” “Battleship, ” and the popular TV series, “Entourage.”


Challenge Your Appetite: Indulge in Some Gluttony With Some Competitive Eating

Loosen that belt. Tuck in that bib. Engage at your own risk with dozens of LA food challenges, from South Pasadena to the City of Industry. It’s become part of the eatery culture, more popularized now since Adam Richman scarfed down a 72-ounce steak in Amarillo, TX. Consequently, daring souls have defied their stomach’s gastronomical capacities in food challenges ranging from doable to jaw-aching conquests.

With the evolution of competitive eating, from county fair pie-eating contents to ramen-slurping, the culture has grown creatively in sport and people. We used to watch food competitions with solely our own eyes. Now, witnesses can record gluttony with their smartphones. We’ve picked LA’s five best food challenges that will make your mouth water and stomach ache in minutes. Relax, if you’re not feeling audacious, these five spots do offer other flavorsome items on their menu. Now let’s exceed our appetite and gastronomically challenge ourselves into some gut-busting delights.

One of the most iconic deli sandwich joints in SoCal is Fat Sal’s Deli. Fat Sal’s was thankfully introduced to the West Coast by three friends (Sal, Jerry and Josh) from New York. They had the vision to revolutionize a boring and wimpy sandwich to a meaty and incredibly outrageous one. The Fat Sal’s Deli in LA, proudly uses the freshest ingredients possible, with Boar’s Head Brand delicatessen products. At Sal’s they offer countless selections of bread-bound treats. The Fat Texas BBQ is stupidly packed with BBQ pastrami brisket, chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, crisp bacon topped with grilled onions, melted cheddar and mozzarella fries, mayo and honey BBQ on a garlic hero. Another favorite of first-timers and regulars is the Fat Jerry: plumped with cheesesteak, chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, bacon and fried eggs, fries, finished with mayo and ketchup on a hero bun. If sandwiches won’t do, go ham out on Sal’s Fat Fries like the BLT Ranch Fries and Carne Asada Fries, or their burgers and hot dogs. The place is busy, loud and friendly. Lucky us, it’s open late to those with nocturnal munchies and ready for a fat appetite.

What’s the Challenge?

Although how sinful and convincing the name sounds, it is imperative we reiterate the unholy amount of goodness and size of The Big Fat Fatty. The Big Fat Fatty is a 27 inch garlic hero roll with five burger patties, one and a half pound cheesesteak, one and a half pound pastrami, chicken fingers, an entire package of bacon, mozzarella sticks, five fried eggs, jalapeño poppers, (breathes) french fries and onion rings topped with chili, marinara and fat sauce. The tricky part is finishing it in 40 minutes or less. The Big Fat Fatty name is certainly an understatement of the colossal creation itself.

What do you win?

With how victorious, yet repulsed you may feel after finishing, at Fat Sal’s they firmly believe they kind of owe you something: the sandwich is free ($49.99 value), and the winner can create and name their own personalized sandwich that goes on the menu at every Fat Sal’s!

Who’s finished?

Only two people have made history thus far, slaying the Big Fat Fatty, both of whom are professional competition eaters. Jamie McDonald created The Fat Jamie, made up of an endless list of Jamie’s preposterous personal creation, and the Fat Banh Mi-ki, manifested by Fat Sal’s other winner, Miki Sudo.

Native Knowledge: Jerry Ferrara, one of the three forefathers of Fat Sal’s is not only a third of the source driving Fat Sal’s success, but a celebrity seen in such films like “Think like a Man, ” “Battleship, ” and the popular TV series, “Entourage.”


Challenge Your Appetite: Indulge in Some Gluttony With Some Competitive Eating

Loosen that belt. Tuck in that bib. Engage at your own risk with dozens of LA food challenges, from South Pasadena to the City of Industry. It’s become part of the eatery culture, more popularized now since Adam Richman scarfed down a 72-ounce steak in Amarillo, TX. Consequently, daring souls have defied their stomach’s gastronomical capacities in food challenges ranging from doable to jaw-aching conquests.

With the evolution of competitive eating, from county fair pie-eating contents to ramen-slurping, the culture has grown creatively in sport and people. We used to watch food competitions with solely our own eyes. Now, witnesses can record gluttony with their smartphones. We’ve picked LA’s five best food challenges that will make your mouth water and stomach ache in minutes. Relax, if you’re not feeling audacious, these five spots do offer other flavorsome items on their menu. Now let’s exceed our appetite and gastronomically challenge ourselves into some gut-busting delights.

One of the most iconic deli sandwich joints in SoCal is Fat Sal’s Deli. Fat Sal’s was thankfully introduced to the West Coast by three friends (Sal, Jerry and Josh) from New York. They had the vision to revolutionize a boring and wimpy sandwich to a meaty and incredibly outrageous one. The Fat Sal’s Deli in LA, proudly uses the freshest ingredients possible, with Boar’s Head Brand delicatessen products. At Sal’s they offer countless selections of bread-bound treats. The Fat Texas BBQ is stupidly packed with BBQ pastrami brisket, chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, crisp bacon topped with grilled onions, melted cheddar and mozzarella fries, mayo and honey BBQ on a garlic hero. Another favorite of first-timers and regulars is the Fat Jerry: plumped with cheesesteak, chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, bacon and fried eggs, fries, finished with mayo and ketchup on a hero bun. If sandwiches won’t do, go ham out on Sal’s Fat Fries like the BLT Ranch Fries and Carne Asada Fries, or their burgers and hot dogs. The place is busy, loud and friendly. Lucky us, it’s open late to those with nocturnal munchies and ready for a fat appetite.

What’s the Challenge?

Although how sinful and convincing the name sounds, it is imperative we reiterate the unholy amount of goodness and size of The Big Fat Fatty. The Big Fat Fatty is a 27 inch garlic hero roll with five burger patties, one and a half pound cheesesteak, one and a half pound pastrami, chicken fingers, an entire package of bacon, mozzarella sticks, five fried eggs, jalapeño poppers, (breathes) french fries and onion rings topped with chili, marinara and fat sauce. The tricky part is finishing it in 40 minutes or less. The Big Fat Fatty name is certainly an understatement of the colossal creation itself.

What do you win?

With how victorious, yet repulsed you may feel after finishing, at Fat Sal’s they firmly believe they kind of owe you something: the sandwich is free ($49.99 value), and the winner can create and name their own personalized sandwich that goes on the menu at every Fat Sal’s!

Who’s finished?

Only two people have made history thus far, slaying the Big Fat Fatty, both of whom are professional competition eaters. Jamie McDonald created The Fat Jamie, made up of an endless list of Jamie’s preposterous personal creation, and the Fat Banh Mi-ki, manifested by Fat Sal’s other winner, Miki Sudo.

Native Knowledge: Jerry Ferrara, one of the three forefathers of Fat Sal’s is not only a third of the source driving Fat Sal’s success, but a celebrity seen in such films like “Think like a Man, ” “Battleship, ” and the popular TV series, “Entourage.”


Challenge Your Appetite: Indulge in Some Gluttony With Some Competitive Eating

Loosen that belt. Tuck in that bib. Engage at your own risk with dozens of LA food challenges, from South Pasadena to the City of Industry. It’s become part of the eatery culture, more popularized now since Adam Richman scarfed down a 72-ounce steak in Amarillo, TX. Consequently, daring souls have defied their stomach’s gastronomical capacities in food challenges ranging from doable to jaw-aching conquests.

With the evolution of competitive eating, from county fair pie-eating contents to ramen-slurping, the culture has grown creatively in sport and people. We used to watch food competitions with solely our own eyes. Now, witnesses can record gluttony with their smartphones. We’ve picked LA’s five best food challenges that will make your mouth water and stomach ache in minutes. Relax, if you’re not feeling audacious, these five spots do offer other flavorsome items on their menu. Now let’s exceed our appetite and gastronomically challenge ourselves into some gut-busting delights.

One of the most iconic deli sandwich joints in SoCal is Fat Sal’s Deli. Fat Sal’s was thankfully introduced to the West Coast by three friends (Sal, Jerry and Josh) from New York. They had the vision to revolutionize a boring and wimpy sandwich to a meaty and incredibly outrageous one. The Fat Sal’s Deli in LA, proudly uses the freshest ingredients possible, with Boar’s Head Brand delicatessen products. At Sal’s they offer countless selections of bread-bound treats. The Fat Texas BBQ is stupidly packed with BBQ pastrami brisket, chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, crisp bacon topped with grilled onions, melted cheddar and mozzarella fries, mayo and honey BBQ on a garlic hero. Another favorite of first-timers and regulars is the Fat Jerry: plumped with cheesesteak, chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, bacon and fried eggs, fries, finished with mayo and ketchup on a hero bun. If sandwiches won’t do, go ham out on Sal’s Fat Fries like the BLT Ranch Fries and Carne Asada Fries, or their burgers and hot dogs. The place is busy, loud and friendly. Lucky us, it’s open late to those with nocturnal munchies and ready for a fat appetite.

What’s the Challenge?

Although how sinful and convincing the name sounds, it is imperative we reiterate the unholy amount of goodness and size of The Big Fat Fatty. The Big Fat Fatty is a 27 inch garlic hero roll with five burger patties, one and a half pound cheesesteak, one and a half pound pastrami, chicken fingers, an entire package of bacon, mozzarella sticks, five fried eggs, jalapeño poppers, (breathes) french fries and onion rings topped with chili, marinara and fat sauce. The tricky part is finishing it in 40 minutes or less. The Big Fat Fatty name is certainly an understatement of the colossal creation itself.

What do you win?

With how victorious, yet repulsed you may feel after finishing, at Fat Sal’s they firmly believe they kind of owe you something: the sandwich is free ($49.99 value), and the winner can create and name their own personalized sandwich that goes on the menu at every Fat Sal’s!

Who’s finished?

Only two people have made history thus far, slaying the Big Fat Fatty, both of whom are professional competition eaters. Jamie McDonald created The Fat Jamie, made up of an endless list of Jamie’s preposterous personal creation, and the Fat Banh Mi-ki, manifested by Fat Sal’s other winner, Miki Sudo.

Native Knowledge: Jerry Ferrara, one of the three forefathers of Fat Sal’s is not only a third of the source driving Fat Sal’s success, but a celebrity seen in such films like “Think like a Man, ” “Battleship, ” and the popular TV series, “Entourage.”


Challenge Your Appetite: Indulge in Some Gluttony With Some Competitive Eating

Loosen that belt. Tuck in that bib. Engage at your own risk with dozens of LA food challenges, from South Pasadena to the City of Industry. It’s become part of the eatery culture, more popularized now since Adam Richman scarfed down a 72-ounce steak in Amarillo, TX. Consequently, daring souls have defied their stomach’s gastronomical capacities in food challenges ranging from doable to jaw-aching conquests.

With the evolution of competitive eating, from county fair pie-eating contents to ramen-slurping, the culture has grown creatively in sport and people. We used to watch food competitions with solely our own eyes. Now, witnesses can record gluttony with their smartphones. We’ve picked LA’s five best food challenges that will make your mouth water and stomach ache in minutes. Relax, if you’re not feeling audacious, these five spots do offer other flavorsome items on their menu. Now let’s exceed our appetite and gastronomically challenge ourselves into some gut-busting delights.

One of the most iconic deli sandwich joints in SoCal is Fat Sal’s Deli. Fat Sal’s was thankfully introduced to the West Coast by three friends (Sal, Jerry and Josh) from New York. They had the vision to revolutionize a boring and wimpy sandwich to a meaty and incredibly outrageous one. The Fat Sal’s Deli in LA, proudly uses the freshest ingredients possible, with Boar’s Head Brand delicatessen products. At Sal’s they offer countless selections of bread-bound treats. The Fat Texas BBQ is stupidly packed with BBQ pastrami brisket, chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, crisp bacon topped with grilled onions, melted cheddar and mozzarella fries, mayo and honey BBQ on a garlic hero. Another favorite of first-timers and regulars is the Fat Jerry: plumped with cheesesteak, chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, bacon and fried eggs, fries, finished with mayo and ketchup on a hero bun. If sandwiches won’t do, go ham out on Sal’s Fat Fries like the BLT Ranch Fries and Carne Asada Fries, or their burgers and hot dogs. The place is busy, loud and friendly. Lucky us, it’s open late to those with nocturnal munchies and ready for a fat appetite.

What’s the Challenge?

Although how sinful and convincing the name sounds, it is imperative we reiterate the unholy amount of goodness and size of The Big Fat Fatty. The Big Fat Fatty is a 27 inch garlic hero roll with five burger patties, one and a half pound cheesesteak, one and a half pound pastrami, chicken fingers, an entire package of bacon, mozzarella sticks, five fried eggs, jalapeño poppers, (breathes) french fries and onion rings topped with chili, marinara and fat sauce. The tricky part is finishing it in 40 minutes or less. The Big Fat Fatty name is certainly an understatement of the colossal creation itself.

What do you win?

With how victorious, yet repulsed you may feel after finishing, at Fat Sal’s they firmly believe they kind of owe you something: the sandwich is free ($49.99 value), and the winner can create and name their own personalized sandwich that goes on the menu at every Fat Sal’s!

Who’s finished?

Only two people have made history thus far, slaying the Big Fat Fatty, both of whom are professional competition eaters. Jamie McDonald created The Fat Jamie, made up of an endless list of Jamie’s preposterous personal creation, and the Fat Banh Mi-ki, manifested by Fat Sal’s other winner, Miki Sudo.

Native Knowledge: Jerry Ferrara, one of the three forefathers of Fat Sal’s is not only a third of the source driving Fat Sal’s success, but a celebrity seen in such films like “Think like a Man, ” “Battleship, ” and the popular TV series, “Entourage.”


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Comments:

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  3. Lennell

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