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Ramen Burger Returns To Torrance This Sunday

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The ultimate Frankenfood known as the Ramen Burger is back for round two. This Sunday they'll be served, once again, down at Mitsuwa Marketplace in Torrance. But you'd better get there early. Because last time over 1,000 people queued up for them. (The bad news was that there were only 500 burgers for that event.)

For this stint, though, the Ramen Burger team will be distributing wrist bands at 9 a.m. in hopes that it'll prevent folks form having to wait in a long line.

The burgs will cost you $8, or $9 if you want some cheese on top. They'll actually be served from 11 a.m.- 3 p.m.

This oh-so-popular burger, created by Keizo Shimamoto of Brooklyn's Smorgasburg, is made of two pan-fried ramen patties that act as a bun sandwiching a ground beef patty.

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Of course if you can't make it down to Torrance, you can always whip up your own. But we can't say it'll be the same as the original.