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There are a million ramen places in New York, but this small noodle house transports you straight to Tokyo. The owner is a Jewish guy from New York, and his ramen is influenced by Jewish chicken noodle soup. It’s made with chicken broth instead of pork so it’s much less fatty, and the broth is lighter—almost clear—and more balanced than most. My favorite is the shoyu because the noodles are made with buckwheat flour and have a nice bite without being overly chewy like some traditional ramen noodles. All the ramen here is worth trying, though!
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innovative ramen featuring rye noodles- kinda hard to get a table but worth the wait
Creative homemade noodle soups & izakaya-style small plates served in a colorful space with a patio.
My favorite ramen shop. Featured in Chef's Table on Netflix. The starters are great and the chicken ramen is my favorite.
Ramen from the master Ivan Orkin. It is an intimate shop, where solo ramen heads sit at the bar watching their bowls take shape, is on every short list. Try tsukumen (dipping-style) ramen with pickled collard greens and shoyu-glazed pork belly - it's gorgeous.
Featured on the Netflix show Chef's Table, this one of its kind spot has delicious fried chicken and wonderful noodle bowls. Especially good on rainy days.
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