According to the mysterious foodie powers that be, March is National Noodle Month. The glorious noodle is really something that's celebrated year-round in Los Angeles, but we're happy to take this opportunity to really focus in on the simple, and perfect, comestible. Here we present some of our favorite noodles around the city, with origins around the world -- we even threw in some gnocchi for good measure. Where do you find your favorite noodle dishes? Let us know in the comments!
An's Famous Secret Kitchen Garlic Noodles at Tiato. Image by Flickr user Muy Yum.
Beef Noodles at Mario's Peruvian and Seafood Restaurant. Image by Flickr user VirtualEm.
Udon Noodles at Yen Sushi. Image by Flickr user Muy Yum.
Pork ramen at San Sui Tei. Image by Flickr user josewolff.
Noodles with ginger pork, tofu and soy beans at Din Tai Fung. Image by Flickr user m kasahara.
Cold noodles with gochujang paste, scallions, and eggs at Ma Dang Gook Soo. Image by Flickr user KayOne73.
Cold udon noodles with a side of tempura at Otomisan. Image by Flickr user josewollff.
Pan-fried noodles at Little Hong Kong Cafe. Image by The Delicious Life.
Cold Soba Noodles at Sanuki Sandou. Image by Flickr user Ron Dollete.
Gnocchi del Boscaiolo from Osteria Mamma. Image by Kevin Eats.
Pasta at Toscanova. Image by Flickr user Muy Yum.
Pasta with Asparagus and Mushrooms at Waterloo & City. Image by Flickr user Muy Yum.
Pasta Carbonara at Culina. Image by Flickr user Muy Yum.