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Hide-Chan Ramen

NY Noodle Factory
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  • Japanese, Noodle Shops
  • 248 E 52nd St, New York NY10022 40.756858 -73.968917
  • (Btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave)
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  • (212) 813-1800
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User Ratings (Based on 11 reviews)

Food 3.5 Value 3.6
Service 3.5 Atmosphere 3.5

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 813-1800
Visa, MC, Disc
Lunch Mon-Fri: 11:30am-4:30pm Dinner Mon-Wed: 4:30pm-11pm Thu-Fri: 4:30pm-4am Sat-Sun: 5:30pm-11pm
Lunch, Dinner
Open Late, Accepts Credit Cards

User Reviews

  • Hide-Chan Ramen

    Posted by Jameson on 05/24/2011

    Good, but Totto Ramen is better

    Fun little place, great decor and nice, upbeat staff. Most of the clients seem to be Japanese. But the ramen could be a little tastier, have more depth. I think Totto Ramen has the edge, but if you're in this hood, worth a try. Plus they take credit card, which Totto does not.

  • Hide-Chan Ramen

    Posted by Noodle Fan on 02/03/2011

    Great Ramen!

    I had Hakata Spicy Ramen- nice zip in the broth, tender and moist pork, and the noodles were perfect. It hit the spot on a cold winter day. Simple. Warm. Delicious.

  • Hide-Chan Ramen

    Posted by Silverstar614 on 10/20/2010

    Not recommended

    Waiting 30 minutes for dumplings is unacceptable! esp when it's not pipping hot or fresh.... we waited over 40 minutes in total and we still didn't get our ramen....i'll understand if the place was packed and all but it wasn't! we decided to cancel the order.....we all complained that we had to wait for so long for the ramen and the waitress had the nerve to show us a slip to prove that we only waited 20 minutes! we got there and ordered by 1:20....they placed the order in at 1:30!

  • Hide-Chan Ramen

    Posted by jim hanbury on 08/03/2010

    terrific pork ramen

    We ate here after the movies on a tip from NY Magazine. The place is an offshoot of Yakitori Totto, on the West Side, which is itself excellent. The ramen - pork broth with scallions and noodles and pork (you can order extras for a bit more)- was excellent - as good as Ippudo downtown, and cheaper. The service was fine, and the place is filled with Asians of every age and probably every nationality. They know good noodles

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