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Posted by Dave Hong on 01/25/2015
This spot makes the best damn bowl of ramen I've had anywhere. Their Tondaku Wadashi green curry ramen is all that and a bag of chips. Never thought I'd hear "ramen" and "green curry" in one breath. What a lovechild. Those familiar with southeast Asian cuisine will find the flavors in the Tonkotsu green curry broth familiar and comforting. Also in the mix is a medley of grilled Berkshire pork, shrimp, zucchini, okra, bell peppers, and coriander. And the noodles? Their texture is superb, yielding, and with bite ($15; cash only). You haven't had ramen like this. Service is tops, and they're one of the few ramen places that remember me, even with my un-even attendance.
Posted by Phillysgirl on 07/02/2014
So, this place was recommended to me by a Japanese friend of mine and I must say...The Green Curry Ramen he recommended was undoubtedly DELICIOUS....In fact, I also tried their Flavored Rice and their Dry (soupless) Ramen. Their Noodles are amazing, and the flavors are delicious. I was not happy however with their Gyoza...They were way to big and just not that tasty. Overall, I would have to say this Ramen was one of the best I have ever had. With that being said, Bassanova needs to do something about their Decor. Although their design was interesting...from the moment I sat down, I felt their tables were sticky and the place seemed kind of dirty. Their bathrooms are seedy and the floors were dirty as well. They need to clean better and change those "painted" tables, because they feel dirty, even if they aren't.
Posted by Lily Sanchez on 08/07/2013
I would start off with the food, my friends and I got there Monday on the dinner shift, and we all got their famous "Green curry" ramen. I've been following their blog for awhile now, and I have to say - it taste amazing. The curry isn't too spicy but it has a rich soy and coconut flavor that I've never experienced before in ramen. The atmosphere was chill and really modern, white plank wood paneling and a nice furnishing. Value- I would say $10+ for ramen of this quality is definitely worth it - especially to me since I've been dying to try this place. The service was decent, we had to call our waiter a few times to come over but he was occupied by the "crowds" of people next to us. It's understandable since it just opening and a lot of foodies and NYers are coming to eat here. Definitely coming back, and cannot wait to eat their ramen burger that will come out soon! (waitress said soon, but not soon enough- im hungry lol!)