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Posted by Anonymous on 2013-02-22
I have been coming here for some time, I have always loved the place.
The service is great, fast at times, but to me that is a good thing. They make sure you have what you want quickly and then leave you be, though they are always easily assessable wit
Posted by Henry M on 2012-11-08
Interesting menu, but almost walked out it took so long.
Posted by Cheap and Evil Girl on 2012-07-23
Based on the reviews below and on Seamless Web, I was really hesitant to order from Zuzu. When I realized I didn't include info for my apt, I braced myself for what I expected, given past reviews, to be a difficult telephone call.
But not at all. The p
Posted by shadesofpurple on 2012-03-19
Been looking for authentic ramen in Brooklyn and this is more than excellent, as good as in the city. Ordered the Zuzu ramen, noodles were soft and elastic, just right. So much pork, seared and just perfect mix of lean and fatty, lots of vegetables. Broth
Posted by Mark on 2011-06-24
Flavors are as close to authentic Japanese as you can get in the states. Broths are rich (and of course salty) and the Green Curry Miso Broth is especially hearty. The pork shoulder in the Mini Steam Buns literally melts in your mouth, incredible. The he
Posted by g-d on 2010-12-06
Thought this place was terrific. Right up there with Momo and Menchanko Tei. At first we were a bit worried that the dashi broth wouldn't live up to its tonkotsu ramen brethren, but it was absolutely delicious. The pork buns were on par with momo's, an
Posted by eater on 2010-09-10
I've been to this restaurant a couple of times and I just ordered delivery for the first time.
Eating in is okay, not great service, everyone seems a little scattered and disorganized, but it's not terrible and I'm not that particular.
But I just
Posted by anonymous on 2010-06-17
I chow on ramen often in the East Village, where there's a handful of places that are fantastic. Zuzu doesn't come close. Bland, bland, bland. Granted, I only sampled their signature Zuzu ramen, but I'll never go back. Way too expensive for 4th avenue and