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111 N Atlantic Blvd, Ste 241
Monterey Park, CA 91754
626.570.1930
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"This is the perfect cure for a hangover. The pork broth has such deep, complex flavors that it seems to have been simmering for days on end."

Andrew Kirschner
Chef Andrew Kirschner
Santa Monica Yacht Club

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Chawanmushi at Shin-Sen-Gumi Yakitori
Chawanmushi

Shin-Sen-Gumi Yakitori

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Japanese, Asian
Torrance, Harbor Gateway
1 Review

"The Gumi, as Zach and I call it, is my favorite yakitori spot in town. The Orion is ice-cold and the housemade yuzu kosho is spectacular. The chefs there are extremely proud—and rightfully so—of their amazing, traditional Japanese egg custard dish, chawanmushi. Make sure you call ahead to check that it's offered at your location."

Chef Steve Samson
Chicken heart skewers at Shin-Sen-Gumi Yakitori
Chicken heart skewers

Shin-Sen-Gumi Yakitori

0.03 mi
$
Japanese, Asian
Torrance, Harbor Gateway
1 Review

"This place, which specializes in yakitori (grilled skewers of different cuts of chicken) is amazing. My favorite are the chicken hearts. The authentic vibe makes you feel like you just left LA and suddenly arrived in Japan. This place is always packed but totally worth the wait."

Chef Giselle Wellman
Hakata ramen at Shin-Sen-Gumi Yakitori
Hakata ramen

Shin-Sen-Gumi Yakitori

0.03 mi
$
Japanese, Asian
Torrance, Harbor Gateway
1 Review

"I love that you can get a half portion of ramen. (The full portion is too much for me, and ramen is messy to share.) The pork broth is flavorful and the slices of pork belly are just thin enough and braised well. I also like that there's a nice choice of toppings you can add."

Chef Tony Esnault
Chicken liver yakitori at Shin-Sen-Gumi Yakitori
Chicken liver yakitori

Shin-Sen-Gumi Yakitori

0.03 mi
$
Japanese, Asian
Torrance, Harbor Gateway
1 Review

"Chicken livers are one of those things that can be ruined by even slight over-cooking. The grill masters here consistently turn out perfectly cooked livers which, when dabbed in their housemade yuzu kosho paste, are sublime."

Chef Zach Pollack