We work very hard to bring you the best Ramen in New York. With all of the effort we put into bringing the customers a first class taste, it's easy to see why New York Magazine chose our ramen as the best ramen in New York.
Lunch bento set comes with a half ramen and rice with appetizers, all for just under $10
Check out their bento box.
Tsukemen is a good (better!) alternative to your classic Ramen bowl
This place broth beats Ipuddo imo, All the Ramen is good, but the spicy miso is probably the most unique. The shio tsukemen is a sleeper fav , cold noodles with hot broth just like I had in Tokyo.
Average at best, but the servers were friendly and the food came fast.
Spicy ramen and vegetable ramen are delicious! Try it!
I love love the gyolou ramen. It is cabbage garlic and pork heaven. When I'm trying to be less of a fatty I do the vegetable ramen with chasiu-- its a much lighter meal.
Decent ramen and pork buns with some of the nicest staff Ive met.
Shoryu tsukemen for lunch
The ramen here is decent. Broth is flavorful, pork based with some seafood flavor. The roast pork was a little dry, noodles slightly over cooked, egg well cooked. Good prices and service friendly.
We've been to Setagaya a couple of times, and each time, the noodles were perfectly done. Try the "shio" and the "char siu" ramens. Very good and tender char siu with perfectly cooked noodles and egg.
The only place I visit when I miss Tsukemen (つけ麺), a ramen with spicy dipping broth. Tastes very similar to Yasube(やすベえ) one in Tokyo.
In terms of ways to spend a cold Sunday afternoon, having lunch here is up there on my list.
Ramen, good, fast, place, location
Yeah, get the ramen of course, but you need to try their octopus appetizer!! Freakin amazing.
Ótima casa de ramen aqui no Village, experimente o Spicy Miso Ramen!!!
Ramen is not great, not bad. Reasonable prices and hardly ever a line though
Spicy Miso Ramen. End of story.
The Shio ramen is a great alternative if you're not in the mood for a thick, heavy broth based ramen like Ippudo's.
Decent. Miso had way too much onion IMO and their corn seems decidedly subpar/frozen.
The shio tsukemen here is as good a bowl as any I've tried. Solid umami flavors from the scallop and pork. (And yes, extra pork is the way to go.)
Solid spot in the EV for ramen without a wait.
They play pretty smooth throwback R&B hurr
Spicy miso ramen
I'm Asian. can't say no to tasty ramen.. ;P try spicy miso ramen!!!!! yum~
Ramen is decent, not the best, but service is crazy quick. Never a wait!
It's good. But it's no Ivan Ramen.
Place is good. I tried Shio Ramen and it was very plain. Also we tried spicy miso ramen it was very good! So I just poor some broth from spicy to Shio and it was perfect!
Great bowl of ramen, but is a bit on the expensive side.
They do a spicy Hiyashi Chuka (cold noodles) that is awesome on a warm day!
Green tea ice cream!
I like the gekikara tsukemen or the spicy miso. It's a pretty reliable global chain in the city.
Shio ramen or tsukemen
Never a wait when I go here. Decent ramen too!
They try to con you with the recommended tip values. 15% of a dollar is not 18 cents.
Not the best ramen, but maybe the fastest
Miso ramen with dry sake. Perfect combination. Easy to get seats on a Saturday between 6.30pm - 7.30pm. Warm service.
I love the pork buns. And their noodles are great. Delicious! Two thumbs up!!
Raw baby octopus in wasabi sauce. Woah. #spicy #yum
smallish but filling portions, super fast service. good price. shio was on point, do the right thing
This is the best alternative to Ippudo and its never ending waiting line.
don't get the spicy miso, it's not good.
Fast and good ramen at student friendly prices
this place is awesome, get everything!
Spicy miso ramen not that spicy but tastes way better than hiyashi chuka!! The hiyashi chuka noodles and sauce are tasty but the egg and pork was flavorless
Gyulou and spicy miso ramens were the jam
The Spicy Miso ramen was excellent. Not super hot by my standards but intensely flavorful.