The menu is fairly straightforward, offering tonkotsu ramen, tonkotsu spicy ramen, shoyu ramen and tsukemen, as well as some sushi rolls. The space is small, sleek and sparse, with blonde wood and -- seemingly -- glowing yellow light emanating from the walls.
A sample of the tonkotsu ramen today revealed a mellow, porky broth and straight, slightly firm spaghetti-like noodles. A modest serving of pork belly came on top. The bowl became a little monotonous about half way through, and would have definitely benefited from the addition of egg, garlic and bamboo shoots, which come as extras for an extra charge.
Silver Lake Ramen is located at 2927 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, near the intersection of Sunset and Silver Lake Blvd.