Zutto Japanese Restaurant
New York, NY 10013-2866
Village Voice's Description
Zutto was one of Tribeca’s earliest sushi restaurants, but what makes it special these days is its new ramen menu. Try traditional tonkotsu ramen, with thick and cream-colored broth that’s deeply concentrated with marrow, and served with firm noodles, tender pork jowl, fermented bamboo shoots, wood ear mushrooms, and pickled ginger. Or go with the wild card “parma-karma” ramen, enriched even further with Parmigiano-Reggiano, roasted garlic, and rosemary. The big steamed buns with short rib or wagyu beef, and a cold Japanese beer are the best way to start.
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Ramen varieties include the Shiromaru Hakata, flavored by the soft fatty jowl and thinly sliced red pickled ginger, and Wasabi Shoyu Ramen, a vegetable- and chicken-based soup with wasabi-infused oil.
Good ramen, but even better sushi and buns. Everything was ridiculously fresh, down to their avocados. Slow, but polite, service.
Spicy miso ramen way better than most places. So cute and no wait. Highly recommend adding this to your go-to ramen repertoire
Zutto's rendition of ramen, rich and over-the-top with flavors, isbest enjoyed around lunchtime, when one can fully attend to a pipinghot bowl of tonkotsu.
Ramen is killer
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