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Posted by nycfoodie0347 on 04/09/2015
I tried this place for the first time and I got the signature ramen. Was not impressed. Broth was salty yet unflavored and there was nothing special about the noodles as well. Tried my friend's miso ramen but that wasn't much better. There are many other ramen places in the city that are much better. I'd would look elsewhere for good tasting ramen.
Posted by Joe on 02/25/2014
I ordered from here for the first time, and it'll be the last time. They told me 20-25 minutes, but it took an hour for the food to show up. Turns out I would've been better if it had never come! The ramen was unappetizing. There was way too little broth, and it wasn't very flavorful. The char siu was limp and bland, and much more fat than meat.
Posted by Jenn on 11/26/2013
Delicious! I love the Tonkatsu, and I order it spicy. Sometimes I get it delivered, though I think it is even better there. No line, so I've been going here instead of Jin.
Posted by KO on 11/16/2013
I went to Yasha Ramen for the first time. Someone mentioned that the soup was too oily before, however, I don't agree that comment. The soup was tasty and especially pork char-sius that were supplied with ramen were really good. Tatsuta fries are must eat. Staffs here are also nice. I'll go this ramen restaurant regularly!
Posted by catherine on 10/28/2013
I've been eating here regularly since it opened around the corner from my apartment this summer. Highly recommend the chicken wings and any of the ramens that use the chicken broth base. So tasty! Some things have been a bit hit and miss - the boneless fried chicken appetizer had too much batter and not enough flavor, and the chicken slices in the chicken ramen have been dry and tough. But if you order well you can have a great meal. Service can be a bit scattered and sometimes it seems like a single waitress is not enough, even though the place is small.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/06/2013
This is not what ramen should be. I have lived in Japan for a long time and eaten a lot of ramen. The noodles were too clumpy here. But the worst part was that the broth was way too oily. I couldn't even eat half the bowl. After letting it sit for a while, it developed a half-inch film of oil over the top. Very unfortunate.