New York, NY 10027
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The Hakata Tonkotsu is cooked with pork bones in the broth 'til they release their marrow, giving it a "creamy consistency that rivals milk, melted butter, or gravy." In other words: It's delicious.
White people need to stay away from the pork buns to avoid complaining about the texture of undercooked pork belly. For the rest of you, order the pork buns.
Start your meal off with the pork buns, and then finish it off with the Spicy Tonkotsu ramen - you won't regret it!
Try the tonkotsu with extra pork its delicious! Everything is good!
In accordance with the restaurant’s name—jin is the kanji character for benevolence—owners Isan Chang and Jenny Ko contribute to charities supporting community-revitalization projects.
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