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NYC Favorite Ivan Ramen Will Host A Pop-Up At Roy Choi's POT

Ivan Ramen's Breakfast Ramen (Photo courtesy Gotham West Market)
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A New York ramen lord is descending upon L.A. for two days this month, so get ready to slurp.

Ramen master Ivan Orkin has been blowing the minds of NYC noodleheads at Ivan Ramen for a while now, and he's finally bringing his delicious skills to the West Coast with a pop-up, according to Eater LA. The two-day ramen event will take place on Sunday, October 11 and Monday, October 12, and will be hosted at Roy Choi's POT restaurant in Koreatown.

The $50 prix fixe meal will kick off with small plates of uni and country ham—Orkin's version of the classic ham-and-eggs combo. Diners will then choose between traditional ramen styles like mazemen, shio and shoyu, or opt for Orkin's famed breakfast ramen. The meal's finale will include a kochujang caramel and vanilla ice cream slider. Yes, please.

Reservations for the pop-up can be made online—but you better act fast, as they're already filling up.

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And to learn a little more about Orkin's ramen before he hits town, check out this segment of No Reservations where Anthony Bourdain visits Orkin at his ramen shop in Tokyo, Japan.