Minca

Minca

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+1 212-505-8001

There are “no pretenses” at this “tiny”, “basic” East Village noodle shop, just the “charming simplicity” of “excellent” ramen with “the most slurp-worthy broth”; it’s “perpetually packed”, but “service is fast” and prices low, so most “would come back anytime.”

 

Shigeto Kamada, a Japanese expatriate and musician, despaired of finding good ramen noodles in New York. So he taught himself to make the dish and is now satisfying similar appetites at this little ramen shop. Variations on the theme include soy ramen, with an extra dose of soy sauce in the broth, and chicken ramen, with a lighter chicken-and-fish broth.
- New York Times
  • Open: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
  • Average price: 16 €
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