Ivan Ramen Slurp Shop

Ivan Ramen Slurp Shop

600 11th Avenue, New York, New York, United States
Ivan Ramen proudly uses only the freshest ingredients, cooked slow and steady, to ensure each slurp is full of flavor. Even the noodles are hand-made in the shop itself. Enthusiastic slurping is not only tolerated, but encouraged for the most genuine experience possible.
Rating pending
Average price 30 €
IPPUDO Westside

IPPUDO Westside

321 West 51st Street, (Between 8th and 9th Avenue), New York, New York, United States
Rating pending
Average price 30 €
Naruto Ramen

Naruto Ramen

1596 3rd Ave., New York, New York, United States
Slurpaholics “line up outside” this low-cost, cash-only UES noodle shop “before it opens” to snag one of its “14 bar seats” and watch the cooks concoct “delicious”, “traditional” ramen soups “right in front of you”; “not the most comfortable”, it’s “hard to beat on a cold day.”
Rating pending
Average price 15 €
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 €
Yakitori Totto

Yakitori Totto

251 West 55th Street, New York, New York, United States
Rating pending
Average price 30 €
Ivan Ramen

Ivan Ramen

25 Clinton St, New York, New York, United States
Ivan Ramen proudly uses only the freshest ingredients, cooked slow and steady, to ensure each slurp is full of flavor. Even the noodles are hand-made in the shop itself. Enthusiastic slurping is not only tolerated, but encouraged for the most genuine experience possible.
Rating pending
Average price 30 €
Momofuku Noodle Bar
Rating pending
Average price 30 €
Tempura Matsui

Tempura Matsui

222 East 39th Street, New York, New York, United States
A meal at Tempura Matsui begins with seasonal appetizers, the featured main course, and ends with a light dessert. Ingredients are based on time of year, seasonality and what is available from both New York and Japan.
Rating pending
Average price 70 €
Dassara

Dassara

271 Smith St., Carroll Gardens, New York, New York, United States
The noodles are fine and chewy, but the show at Smith Street’s upstart ramen-ya is stolen by a dark, soulful broth fortified with mushrooms like porcini, hen of the woods, and enoki. Fried nori, seasonal greens, and a poached egg make up the supporting cast ($12).
Average price 12 €
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 €
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