(Now Closed)
Noodle House, Japanese Restaurant, and Asian Restaurant$$$$
Turtle Bay, New York
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  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsJune 28, 2013
    A vegetarian-friendly source for reasonably priced ramen, soba, and more in Midtown. Be sure to explore the simple Japanese vegetables like tempura and bamboo shoots in chili oil.
  • Doris H.
    Doris HuMarch 21, 2015
    Short wait for Friday lunch! I got the menchanko noodles because I was craving a hearty bowl of noodle soup. It came with shrimp, chicken, tofu, etc. Great option for dining out in this area.
  • Time Out New York
    Time Out New YorkJune 4, 2013
    In addition to several varieties of ramen, this midtown spot also offers "Menchanko" soups, inspired by traditional, hearty stews eaten by sumo wrestlers. Read more
  • The Corcoran Group
    The Corcoran GroupOctober 8, 2010
    Huge space where you won’t have to wait, unlike many other Ramen places with an equally huge menu. Try the Kimchi Menchanko, the Tori Kara and the Menchanko Ramen.
  • Thomas A. T.
    Thomas A. TaulbeeDecember 30, 2011
    My second time here in several days. Visiting from Miami, I always look for something new to try. This place is great and reasonable. Get the grilled squid with ginger to start :)
  • Howard J.
    Howard J. LeeJanuary 20, 2013
    The Hakata Tonkatsu Menchanko is the best!! Their menchanko is very authentic! Amazing food at an amazing value!
  • What's Good Here
    What's Good HereAugust 7, 2014
    One of the Midtown places to get ramen if scouting from the second tier of ramen restaurants. Hide-chan is better, but lines form up the stairs by 12:15pm.
  • Meli
    MeliOctober 11, 2014
    This place just gained a new loyal customer. Had the spicy menchankto ramen and it was mouth-watering. Will return to try the rest of the menu.
  • Tif C.
    Tif C.September 11, 2014
    Very average. The Hakata and tonkotsu are presumably the same things. Nice that they have a deal for noodle dishes though-- $3.50 for two onigiri. Had the spicy kurobata tonkatsu ramen
  • sara
    saraDecember 20, 2012
    Try the menchanko noodles. Simply amazing! Always full of japanese people, which means authentic food. Very affordable, too.
  • BLDProject
    BLDProjectJuly 6, 2011
    Love Menchanko-Tei for a budget Midtown snack: 10 apps are $3.75 and at least another 20 small bites are $4-6. 12 oz draft Kirin is always $3.75.
  • Mona D.
    Mona DJune 10, 2012
    Ramen is my thing and I approach it with an open mind bc there are so many different varieties (broth, noodles etc) Ramen was HORRIBLE. Couldn't finish it.
  • Rose W.
    Rose WAugust 11, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Tsuke men with spicy miso and pork is my go-to. I can't even order anything else anymore cus I end up regretting. That good!
  • Leo S.
    Leo SumulongJanuary 20, 2015
    Good, affordable, no-frills ramen. I am pretty sure this place was around before the recent ramen-ya boom.
  • Cate D.
    Cate DunnFebruary 14, 2015
    Spicy tonkatsu ramen is the way to go. Gyoza are light and crisped!
  • Nancy S.
    Nancy SchusterOctober 5, 2012
    Order the Spicy miso menchanko all the way!!! Sans fishballs - not my thing.
  • Lucius K.
    Lucius KwokAugust 31, 2013
    Good for Kyushu-style food. The saraudon is good, and their Hakata ramen is their most popular dish.
  • Court S.
    Court SmithDecember 18, 2011
    Amazing Ramen, appetizers are cheap and reasonably sized, great place for Saturday lunch.
  • Lisa H.
    Lisa HoangAugust 29, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    Chige miso menchanko (slightly spicy). Great noodle dish that has a little bit of everything.
  • Steve R.
    Steve RobertsApril 1, 2014
    Great lunch the soups...when it gets nice out...go for the cold noodle dishes
  • Lisa L.
    Lisa LJanuary 18, 2015
    Decent Ramen at a decent price. Its no ipudo or nuerto ramen but still good. $3.75 mugs of beers in midtown? Ok
  • DD K.
    DD KimMay 26, 2013
    Small, cozy, simple, good food, and even good service :)
  • Valerie
    ValerieApril 18, 2015
    Gets very crowded for lunch. If you want takeout, call ahead.
  • Max M.
    Max MackinnonJuly 20, 2010
    Agreed with the Hakata Ramen. I got the shoyu ramen, and it only stood up to my brother's hakata because I added pork belly and a raw egg...
  • Summer I.
    Summer IzkovichSeptember 2, 2014
    Great Nabe, I love the one in Hawaii! This one is not so bad!
  • Mark L.
    Mark LeeJuly 14, 2011
    I also tried the Hakata Ramen not knowing how popular it's rather tasty.
  • Xian X.
    Xian XianOctober 24, 2012
    Tonkatsu ramen! Pitchers of Kirin, chicken Kara age & Agedashi Tofu
  • Carolyn
    CarolynAugust 26, 2012
    Don't listen to the Internets - the Kurobuta Hakata Ramen is bland. Tasteless noodles, weak broth - go to Ippudo, Momofuku or Republic instead. Shoyu Ramen & pork gyoza are however, both pretty good.
  • Meg F.
    Meg FarmerFebruary 27, 2015
    Second tier, but convenient and decently priced if you're in midtown.
  • Michelle R.
    Michelle RussoApril 2, 2013
    Meh it was edible, but it definitely proves that Toto Ramen is worth the wait!
  • Matthew B.
    Matthew BarnardFebruary 26, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    The Kurobuta Hakata Ramen is delicious.
  • Mimi
    MimiJuly 18, 2011
    Hakata ramen. Don't even think about ordering another kind of ramen... I did and regretted it immediately.
  • Jess L.
    Jess LeungJune 1, 2012
    If the ramen doesn't cure your hangover, the oden will. Guaranteed.
  • Aimee O.
    Aimee OhMay 11, 2012
    Hakata Ramen. Chanpon. Top picks.
  • Grace C.
    Grace CheungNovember 18, 2010
    Been here 10+ times
    I like the Shoyu ramen a lot. Especially with the egg.
  • Mark C.
    Mark ChouJune 29, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    Would definitely recommend the Hakata ramen over the house style Menchanko ramen.
  • Christian G.
    Christian GeorgeouNovember 27, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    the tsuke mein is an awesome alternative to the ramen
  • Krista J.
    Krista JacksonSeptember 12, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Maguro Poki is the tits. So goood.
  • Rose W.
    Rose WJanuary 26, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    tsuke men is the best here. gyu tan is awesome.
  • Michael Steven W.
    Michael Steven WilliamsSeptember 29, 2013
    Great Tonkatsu Ramen! :-)
  • Selina S.
    Selina StrattonOctober 14, 2010
    The Chanpon was sooo scrumptious! Wish my stomach was as big as my eyes!
  • Kim C.
    Kim CastellanoFebruary 8, 2014
    Deliciously garlic-y kimchi!
  • Mark B.
    Mark BrophyDecember 22, 2010
    Gyoza, Hakata ramen and a cold beer - doesn't get better than that
  • Feliciao
    FeliciaoNovember 12, 2010
    House style, menchanko ramen, is thick like soba. Terrible. And what are the prawns doing there??
  • Alexander N.
    Alexander NguyenAugust 6, 2010
    agreed on kurobuta. hakata ftn! best place for ramen in the city
  • Sam S.
    Sam ShpilbergJanuary 19, 2014
    Awesome dumplings.
  • Peter B.
    Peter BFebruary 10, 2011
    Excellent and quick, Yakisoba
  • Erica W.
    Erica WeimanApril 6, 2014
    So sad they ran out of takoyaki 😞 Next time!!
  • D T.
    D TMay 4, 2013
    They scored a 'C' on their most recent health department check.
  • Connie H.
    Connie HwongMay 16, 2011
    Hakata ramen! So delicious! Read more
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