Ramen Setagaya

Ramen Restaurant and Noodle House$$$$
East Village, New York
  • Anastasiia ..
    "Also we tried spicy miso ramen it was very good!"(14 Tips)
    Lucius K.
    "Shio Ramen and Curry set lunch is my favorite."(9 Tips)
    Srinivas P.
    "Ippudo is where the best ramen is - in NYC."(8 Tips)
    Aggie Y.
    "The chinese cold noodles is a must try, refreshing & savory."(6 Tips)
135 Tips and reviews
  • ramen
  • ippudo
  • spicy food
  • gyoza
  • good for a quick meal
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  • Alex D.
    Alex DamashekApril 13, 2015
    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.
  • Chez O.
    Chez OngMarch 21, 2015
    Been here 10+ times
    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.
  • Anastasiia ..
    Anastasiia ....September 18, 2014
    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!
  • Kristine Y.
    Kristine YoungAugust 26, 2013
    If you aren't up for ramen, their appetizers are cheap and delicious! I go in for the curry chicken rice and deluxe Zara. Absolutely delicious!
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceJune 3, 2013
    Crowds may line up at Ippudo, but the ramen here is just as delicious. We love the astonishingly hot “spicy miso ramen," but the tender-tongued should be spared and go with the shio ramen instead.
  • Winson W.
    Winson WongFebruary 13, 2015
    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.
  • Time Out New York
    Time Out New YorkJune 4, 2013
    This Japanese export started in Tokyo before making the jump to the East Village; the shio broth here is unique for its nontraditional use of chicken and pork bones.
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsMarch 15, 2013
    This Japanese chain may not make the best ramen in the city, but it's a good choice for the East Village, especially if you don't want to wait for Ippudo.
  • Leo S.
    Leo SumulongOctober 25, 2014
    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.)
  • Louis D.
    Louis DiazDecember 7, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Very good spicy miso as others have recommended. Not too spicy. Incredible broth. Didn't think I was going to be a fan of the corn but it didn't take away from the flavor.
  • Aniruddha M.
    Aniruddha MandkeAugust 10, 2014
    Miso ramen with dry sake. Perfect combination. Easy to get seats on a Saturday between 6.30pm - 7.30pm. Warm service.
  • Connie L.
    Connie LeeNovember 16, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    The Shio ramen is a great alternative if you're not in the mood for a thick, heavy broth based ramen like Ippudo's.
  • Ajit V.
    Ajit VergheseJanuary 13, 2012
    RS says: Try the Spicy Miso Ramen. "The medium-weight miso is earthy and gritty, the level of heat higher than you'd ever expect, and the kernels of corn a cooling component. "
  • Vicky S.
    Vicky SunMarch 10
    Been here 5+ times
    Great affordable ramen with generous portions. Pork Gyoza is killer. I recommend the shoyu ramen and ask them to hold the onions.
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceAugust 13, 2010
    This is a very fine bowl of ramen all around, but it's the broth that makes it one of our favorite dishes -- brick-red, zipped with plenty of chile, the miso base adding salty, nutty heft and backbone
  • Casey S.
    Casey SchoonoverSeptember 12, 2014
    They do a spicy Hiyashi Chuka (cold noodles) that is awesome on a warm day!
  • Jamie L.
    Jamie LiuAugust 7, 2014
    I love the pork buns. And their noodles are great. Delicious! Two thumbs up!!
  • Chenyu
    ChenyuJanuary 9, 2013
    Try the Shio Chasyu-Tsukemen - Must-try cold handmade noodle dipped in hot soup is what makes this st marks ramen place special
  • Lane R.
    Lane RettigApril 5, 2014
    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
  • Brandon F.
    Brandon F.August 29, 2013
    Go for the spicy miso ramen. Don't worry, it won't scald your ass the next morning.
  • Sarah
    SarahMarch 5, 2011
    i find the ramen to be ok--a lighter broth than ippudo makes this a healthier option. but if i'm in the neighborhood during the day, i definitely pick up the rice ball special to go.
  • Greg T.
    Greg TakayamaOctober 12, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Huge fan of the tsukemen - just a huge ball of noods ripe for dippin in a porky salty scallopy seafoody broth. Good in summer OR winter.
  • NYU Restaurateur C.
    Definitely the best ramen joint on St. Marks - take this from a ragtag group of broke college students who have tried every ramen joint within a 10-block radius!
  • Louis Y.
    Louis YepezMarch 25, 2015
    Spicy ramen and vegetable ramen are delicious! Try it!
  • Gary R.
    Gary RelojJanuary 4, 2015
    Yeah, get the ramen of course, but you need to try their octopus appetizer!! Freakin amazing.
  • Luke Kash Y.
    Luke Kash YunJune 21, 2014
    smallish but filling portions, super fast service. good price. shio was on point, do the right thing
  • Duke O.
    Duke OhashiJanuary 27, 2013
    If you're hungry and on a budget, get the set menu: Shio / Shoyu ramen with Buta / Curry / Gyoza for $13.
  • Aggie Y.
    Aggie YuJune 10, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    Great ramen and cold noodles, a little bit pricey, but totally worth it. The chinese cold noodles is a must try, refreshing & savory. Yum.
  • Leavanny
    LeavannySeptember 15, 2013
    Get the butadon with your ramen. It fills you up fast!
  • Kevin T.
    Kevin TakSeptember 9, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Please try Karaage, Fried Chicken! The sauce is so nice. It's miso sauce!
  • Chris P.
    Chris PJanuary 11, 2015
    In terms of ways to spend a cold Sunday afternoon, having lunch here is up there on my list.
  • Marcus I.
    Marcus Is KingJuly 14, 2013
    Extra pork and extra egg please! The karage was on point, comes with a sweet sauce
  • MoRiza
    MoRizaJuly 22, 2012
    Try the Shoyu Ramen - I'd prefer cold ramen in the summer time, but nice shoyu broth could do too.
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceAugust 15, 2014
    The shio ramen is king, its simple, salty liquid bolstered by tasty scallop powder. Read more
  • Tim F.
    Tim FaustiniSeptember 8, 2014
    I like the gekikara tsukemen or the spicy miso. It's a pretty reliable global chain in the city.
  • Ane G.
    Ane GickJune 1, 2013
    Delicious misso ramen! The shrimp dumpling is great. Uma delícia de lugar!
  • Ryan S.
    Ryan SheaSeptember 2, 2013
    B rating, yikes. This is the place you mayyybe consider if Ramen Misoya, Rai Rai Ken, Menkui-Tei, and Ippudo are all packed.
  • Neilson A.
    Neilson AbeelFebruary 16, 2014
    The Spicy Miso ramen was excellent. Not super hot by my standards but intensely flavorful.
  • Eliot S.
    Eliot ShepardMay 24, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    Hiyashi Chuka (cold "Summer Ramen") is delicious. Chicken Karaage is delicious. Onigiri: delicious. Freaking eat it.
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceNovember 14, 2011
    Winner of Best Japanese—Ramen in the Village Voice 2011 Best Of issue! Careful - the hot miso ramem is HOT! But in the best way.
  • Igor C.
    Igor CredaliJune 7, 2014
    This is the best alternative to Ippudo and its never ending waiting line.
  • Adrien
    AdrienMay 1, 2015
    Tsukemen is a good (better!) alternative to your classic Ramen bowl
  • Senator John B.
    Senator John BlutarskiJanuary 29, 2012
    Spicy miso is delicious! Order extra noodles if you want to finish your broth. Eat!
  • Ryan S.
    Ryan SheaAugust 26, 2013
    Their tip calculations are off by 2% in order to get you to unintentionally tip higher. Beware.
  • Liang S.
    Liang ShiOctober 16, 2014
    Been here 10+ times
    Solid spot in the EV for ramen without a wait.
  • Yera H.
    Yera HaFebruary 18, 2015
    Decent ramen and pork buns with some of the nicest staff Ive met.
  • Matthew M.
    Matthew MichiharaDecember 23, 2014
    Ramen is not great, not bad. Reasonable prices and hardly ever a line though
  • Juston P.
    Juston PayneMarch 20, 2012
    1. Miso ramen is hearty and flavorful. 2. Be warned: unlike other ramen joints, Setagaya charges for tea.
  • Lucius K.
    Lucius KwokSeptember 19, 2010
    Been here 10+ times
    Shio Ramen and Curry set lunch is my favorite. Also they always have some sort of Japanese ramen cooking show on the tv.
  • Escott H.
    It's a chain, but their ramen is tasty and they are good for a quick meal in the East Village.
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