You must try the deep fried Kimchi
Fantastic happy hour food specials at the bar. $2 hanger steak, $3 Sopporo.
The Pork Bara can't be beat. Crab soup is always a winner as well.
Start with tsukemono & kimchi, then follow with the ramen, straight up. As you leave, you may notice you're radiating a warm glow, accompanied by a feeling of complete fulfilment, but that's normal.
The bacon chahan rules. Eat it now
This place is amazing!
mmm... Japanese fried chicken... Kara-age. Forget your old favorites, let your server recommend some great Sake's to try.
Ramen is excellent, but is the least excellent thing on the menu. Get all the other things!
If you want mediocre ramen made exclusively by white people, this is your jam.
$5 ramen at happy hour!
One word: black pepper soda
Vinegar pickled mackerel is delicious! Good ramen noodle, too!
This place is worth skipping. Ramen broth and egg were super salty. And the bibimbap was too salty to even finish eating. Can't offer towels to clean your hands for a high price tag on mediocre food.
Best Japanese food i have ever had. Move away, nobu, sushi yusada, sushi secki, and masa omakase there is a new king in town and its not in ny!
No point in ordering when the Omakase will ensure you try everything that needs to be tasted on the menu. Don't just get the ramen! It's the least unique dish on the menu!
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Awesome all around. Fried kimchi is good, but I much preferred the traditional kimchi.
Ride your bike and get 50% off your entire order
Everything was great - udon, fried kimchi, genghis khan, hangar steak, cucumber and watermelon salad. I would steer clear of beef ssam - thick, chewy unflavorful beef. Bulgogi would have been better
Fried kimchi is excellent, as is the lamb genghis kahn. The otomato salad is good, and the hangar steak as well. Onigiri is good but an acquired taste. Kimchi is bitey and pungent but overwhelmingly s
Pork Bara is off the chain good!
great place to grab lunch
Ramen was delicious and the shiitake mushrooms were incredible.
Pork stew is great, and like nothing you've had before. Meat eaters: don't be afraid of the kimchi karaage, it's damn tasty.
The rotating seasonal menu and awesome specials keep things interesting.
Plum wine always does it *perf*
Giant bowls of ramen or udon for only $5 during Happy Hour (5-6, 9-10). Best ramen I've had in a while!
Cold ramen salad
All the yakimono was amazing, and the pork belly was particularly succulent. Try some chuhai and the Yorkie cocktail- you won't regret it. The only mistep for me was the overly beet-flavored ochazuke.
Happy hour ramen.
The Omakase is a great way to go. If you’re ordering a la carte, don’t miss the agedashi tofu, chicken karaage, and the onigiri!
Ask for some pork shoulder with your ramen. It's a religious experience!
The Tri Trip Steak was excellent & I loved the house made grapefruit soda.
Straight up Japanese, a little sushi -- good traditional ramen and one of the best burgers in town (but only available from 10pm until close).
Miso butterscotch gelato 😍
We changed the whole trip plan to come here for the beef tartare. It was better than advertised. Do the beef tartare.
The black pepper soda may sound strange, but it's quite good... Not spicy, as you may think, just a nice pepper flavor with a balanced sweetness. May be good with gin (hint, hint).
The specials are always worth it.
Happy hour ramen deal just means you can order more deliciousness. Try a Chuhai cocktail--refreshing, bright flavors like lemon-basil-chia and black pepper-lemon.
The gyoza are so good, you'll want to dance on a table as you eat them.
The special today, fried chicken skin, was awesome. Fried kimchi is too salty for my taste.
Plenty of good food. If you are looking for ramen that reminds you of that amazing bowl you had in Tokyo, this isn't the place though.
I wanted to like this place. The fava beans were boring and the mushrooms were something a five yr old could have made. I think this place is overrated