For centuries, the rumblefish have been a staple of American and Asian cuisine.
But while they can be found in many parts of the world, they have been largely absent from the U.S. until now.
The new menu from Japanese restaurant and wine bar Rumblefish, which has opened in Los Angeles and New York, will bring the rumbles back to American cuisine.
The menu includes rice noodle dishes, and is a nod to the restaurant’s heritage.
“When I first heard about the opening of this restaurant, I knew I had to try it,” owner Toshiaki Nishimura told Axios.
“I’ve been a fan of Japanese cuisine for many years and have a great relationship with the locals, so I was excited to see it in my hometown.”
It’s the latest in a series of dishes that will be added to the menu of the new restaurant.
The restaurant, located at 3333 S. Hollywood Blvd., has also opened a sushi restaurant and a new bakery.
There will also be a coffee shop, and there will be a small cocktail lounge with a wide selection of craft cocktails.