Jin Ramen

Jin Ramen

3183 Broadway, New York, New York, United States
Soba master Shuichi Kotani oversees production of this Harlem ramen-ya’s straight and thin noodles. No extra fat is added to the pork-bone broth, yielding a less creamy soup with a very distinct flavor. It’s boosted by the house mayu, a spicy paste made from chiles, miso, and roasted garlic ($12).
Average price 12 €
Momofuku Noodle Bar
Rating pending
Average price 30 €
Totto Ramen

Totto Ramen

366 West 52nd Street, New York, New York, United States
“Insanely delicious” ramen soups sold “cheap” inspire “ridiculous waits” at this teeny, “takes-you-back-to-Tokyo” Hell’s Kitchen nook, voted NYC’s No. 1 Noodle Shop; skeptics shrug it’s over-“hyped”, but “there’s a reason people stand on line for hours” here – and “it’s not” the “bare-bones” decor.
Rating pending
Average price 15 €
Taishu Izakaya Kenka
Rating pending
Average price 30 €
Ippudo

Ippudo

“Hipster” East Village Japanese “ramen king” ladling out “serious” noodles in the “richest, most complex” broth along with “succulent pork buns”; slick looks and “speedy” staffers who “cheer when you enter” distract from the “famously long waits.”
Rating pending
Average price 20 €
Ramen Yebisu

Ramen Yebisu

126 N. 6th St., Williamsburg, New York, New York, United States
Akira Hiratsuka ages his fresh Sapporo-style noodles for 48 hours to develop their slightly tangy flavor. He complements them with an elegant broth based on charred pork and lobster stock, sweet miso, toasted sesame, and an avalanche of chopped green onions ($12).
Average price 12 €
Zuzu Ramen

Zuzu Ramen

173 4th Ave., New York, New York, United States
“First-rate” Japanese noodles to make you forget “the ramen of your college-dorm days” are the “slurp”-worthy stars at this “local favorite” on the Park Slope–Gowanus border; it’s an “affordable” and “friendly” standby that just might have you “watching Tampopo again.”
Rating pending
Average price 20 €
Hide-Chan

Hide-Chan

248 E 52nd St., New York, New York, United States
The sound of diners “noisily slurping” “cooked-to-perfection” noodles swimming in “flavorful” broth provides the background music at this “authentic” East Midtown Japanese ramen joint.
Rating pending
Average price 15 €
Menkui Tei

Menkui Tei

63 Cooper Square, New York, New York, United States
You “hang out with Japanese salarymen” at these low-budget East Village–Midtown “real ramen bars” ladling out “slurp-worthy noodles” and other “quick”, “delicious” classics; despite decidedly “unpretentious” environs and cash-only policies, they’re on the “regular rotation” for many surveyors.
Rating pending
Average price 15 €
Ganso

Ganso

25 Bond St., Downtown Brooklyn;, New York, New York, United States
Ryuji Irie packs his soup with fermented broad-bean paste, chiles, tiny shrimp, and the fragrant garlic chives known as nira. It’s festooned with chicken chashu and shots of schmaltz and chile oil rich and potent enough to see you through winter, and well into spring ($14).
Average price 14 €
Nobu New York

Nobu New York

105 Hudson Street, New York, New York, United States
Nobu New York, the flagship restaurant of Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, has been a pioneer for Japanese cuisine since its opening in 1994.
Rating pending
Average price 60 €
Shabu-Tatsu

Shabu-Tatsu

216 E 10th St (entre la 2nd Ave y la 1st Ave) New York, NY 10003 Barrio: East Village, New York, New York, United States
Rating pending
Average price 30 €
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