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When it comes to finding ramen in New York, don’t noodle around. Voice Places has the city’s best listings, searchable by restaurant name and neighborhood, and our recommendations from professional critics and outspoken local diners give you the information you need to make the right choice.

Ramen in New York

  • Tabata
    540 9th Ave. | Garment District

    You’ll want to pay a visit to this Lower Hell’s Kitchen ramen shop whose soup style recalls Rai Rai Ken or Menkui-Tei even if you aren’t scrambling for a speedy meal before hopping a Greyhound bus... More on Tabata »

  • Kambi Ramen House
    351 E. 14th St. | East Village

    Although Kambi doesn't reach the noodle heights of Ippudo's gossamer, homemade ramen, it's a very good choice if you'd like to save a few bucks, or don't want to stand in line. The shrimp gyoza... More on Kambi Ramen House »

  • Minca Ramen Factory
    536 E. Fifth St. | East Village

    Sure, this ramen joint isn't fancy, but that's the point; solid, traditional ramen served in simple environs. Owner Shigeto Kamana moved to New York City in 1981 to become a musician and was... More on Minca Ramen Factory »

  • Hide-Chan Ramen
    248 E. 52nd St. | East 50s

    Like Ippudo, Hide-Chan specializes in Hakata-style tonkotsu, the rich broth made from long-simmered pork bones, and serves thin, straight, wheaten noodles. First you choose a bowl of ramen: plain... More on Hide-Chan Ramen »

  • 276 5th Ave. | Park Slope

    This solid ramen bar won't knock anyone's socks off, but it's a pleasant, no-frills spot to get a ramen fix. The soups are offered in curry, soyu, or miso broths, and the menu rounds out with a... More on Naruto Ramen »

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  • Ramen Misoya
    129 Second Ave. | East Village

    This tiny East Village spot specializes in soybean-paste ramen noodle soups. Choose either kome (red) miso, typical of Hokkaido; shiro (white) miso, popular in Kyoto; and mame miso, which is... More on Ramen Misoya »

  • Chuko
    552 Vanderbilt Ave. | Prospect Heights

    Two Morimoto veterans opened this minimalist, brick-walled space, presenting a notably brief menu that leans locavore à la David Chang: Expect Berkshire pork, farm-fresh eggs, and market veggies... More on Chuko »

  • 53 Morgan Ave. | Brooklyn

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  • This week's eclectic line-up of events includes war stories about the craft beer uprising and a unique Kiwi dinner to celebrate Anzac Day, a holiday in New Zealand and Australia.Backyard Clam Boil, 606 R & D, 606 Vanderbilt Avenue, Brooklyn, Monday, 6 p.m. Fill up on all you can eat shrimp, clams, sausage, and sides at this backyard party, which will include a live bluegrass band. One glass... More on 606 R&D »

  • Jonah Miller began mapping out plans for a restaurant when he was still a teenager. "Broadly speaking, I grew up in the city, and I knew from a very young age what I wanted to do," he says. "I started working in restaurants at 14." Twelve years later, the chef -- who has spent time behind the burners at Chanterelle, Gramercy Tavern, and Savoy -- is making good on that goal. Huertas (107 First... More on Huertas »

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