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Posted by Mel Lang on 08/05/2005
This ramen is outstanding. I thought it was perhaps just me having a good day until my friend who travels to Japan several times a year told me he thought it was easily the best ramen outside of Japan. I have to agree -- having had ramen in Japan several times myself. The Gyoza are also very good -- not too salty and not too greasy. Highly recommended for an authentic experience. (I like the Shoyu ramen myself, but they are all great) -mel
Posted by Levelhead on 06/15/2005
Gyoza are fantastic, too. and I don't understand why it gets as low a "value" score as it does--it probably gives the best bang for your buck in the city.
Posted by chard on 04/22/2005
The charshu ramen was spectacular. Lots of sweet, tender pork with wonderfully al dente ramen noodles in a thick, complex, and phenomenally executed broth. This is the best ramen I've had in nyc.
Posted by G on 03/29/2005
Their ramen are almost as good as one in Japan. Let's praise the owner/Chef! However, it may be much better if they have more variety in their menu. Please!
Posted by MH on 03/11/2005
The noodles were ok. They weren't to die for. Their broth seemed a little bland. The service were friendly and atmosphere were good. The price is a little high and overall we would only go if we were ever in the neighborhood.
Posted by Ste-chan on 02/19/2005
One of the most important things about good ramen is that it's not overcooked. I've yet to find a "noodle" shop that can do it right every time. The freshness and quality of the ingredients complete the meal. Staff is super friendly and the enviroment is fun.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/27/2004
They import their ramen noodles from japan and cook them, with care, right in front of you. The staff is warm and the place is adorable. Scrumptious!