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Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap
Kuu Ramen is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

1. Kuu Ramen

7.4
20 John St, New York City, NY
Ramen-Restaurant · Financial District · 34 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: Kuu Chili: This broth features a milky chicken paitan boiled for eight hours with “chili skin." Also find spicy ground chicken, pork belly in giant chunks, and greens that cook in the broth Mehr erfahren.

Bassanova Ramen is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

2. Bassanova Ramen

7.1
76 Mott St (at Canal St), New York City, NY
Ramen-Restaurant · Chinatown · 152 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: Green Curry Ramen: The zaniest bowl is a green curry ramen that features broth made from pork and dried fish; shrimp and okra lurk in its depths in addition to the usual chashu pork belly. Mehr erfahren.

Nakamura is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

3. Nakamura

8.2
172 Delancey St (btwn Clinton & Attorney St), New York City, NY
Ramen-Restaurant · Lower East Side · 42 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: X.O. Miso Ramen: Vegetarian and boasts a fishless X.O. sauce made by David Chang, while the curry ramen leaves a tingling in your mouth caused by…Sichuan peppercorns! Mehr erfahren.

Mr. Taka is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

4. Mr. Taka

8.4
170 Allen St, New York City, NY
Ramen-Restaurant · Lower East Side · 117 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: Spicy Miso Ramen: Features a spicy miso broth based on chicken and bonito, with ground pork and sliced pork belly thrown in. Just the thing for a cold winter’s day. Mehr erfahren.

Jeju Noodle Bar is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

5. Jeju Noodle Bar

8.3
679 Greenwich St (at Christopher St), New York City, NY
Koreanisches Restaurant · West Village · 32 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: Go Ramyun: Amazing bowls that feature garlicky brisket in a veal broth, while another is tart and slightly sweet, with a broth something like a chigae and thick slabs of pork belly. Mehr erfahren.

Minca is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

6. Minca

8.7
536 E 5th St (btwn Ave A & B), New York City, NY
Ramen-Restaurant · Alphabet City · 297 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: Tokyo Tsuke-Men Spicy Miso: Spicy miso broth and whole slew of extra ingredients, to be added to the bowl at your pleasure. And the price is slightly less than at other East Village ramen-ya. Mehr erfahren.

Ramen Misoya is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

7. Ramen Misoya

7.9
129 2nd Ave (btwn St Marks Pl & E 7th St), New York City, NY
Ramen-Restaurant · East Village · 124 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: Powdered Snow Miso: Specializing in a choice of miso broths (one with “powdered snow” parmesan on top), you're encouraged to supplement your noodles with added proteins. Mehr erfahren.

Ramen Setagaya is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

8. Ramen Setagaya

7.4
34 1/2 Saint Marks Pl (btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave), New York City, NY
Ramen-Restaurant · East Village · 144 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: Cold Clam Ramen: Features things like black sesame miso ramen, a well stocked vegetable ramen, and a cold noodle choice of baby clams in a shio broth. Mehr erfahren.

Ippudo is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

9. Ippudo

9.4
65 4th Ave (btwn E 9th & E 10th St), New York City, NY
Ramen-Restaurant · East Village · 1159 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: Shiromaru Hakata Classic: A silken, opaque broth; firm and carefully crafted noodles; and a braised pork belly as good as any in town. Long waits still common. Mehr erfahren.

Zundo-Ya is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

10. Zundo-Ya

84 E 10th St (btwn 3rd & 4th Ave), New York City, NY
Ramen-Restaurant · East Village · 69 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: Zenbunose Ramen: Specializing in a pork broth, although other options are also available, one is given a choice of two noodle styles, and also a choice of pork fattiness in four increments. Mehr erfahren.

E.A.K Ramen is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

11. E.A.K Ramen

8.3
469 Avenue of the Americas, New York City, NY
Ramen-Restaurant · West Village · 19 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: The E.A.K.: The broth is a combo of pork and chicken, the noodles are firmer and thicker, and spinach has been substituted for the usual scallions with a nifty printed piece of nori. Mehr erfahren.

Jun-Men Ramen Bar is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

12. Jun-Men Ramen Bar

8.5
249 9th Ave (at W 25th St), New York City, NY
Ramen-Restaurant · Chelsea · 87 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: Uni Mushroom Mazemen: Jun-Men chased the trend with this bowl of mazemen that featured all sorts of surprising ingredients, including urchin, mushrooms, and pancetta. Mehr erfahren.

Tabata Noodle Restaurant is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

13. Tabata Noodle Restaurant

8.4
540 9th Ave (btwn W 39th & W 40th St), New York City, NY
Nudelhaus · Garment District · 202 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: Dark Men: This garlic-infused black sesame broth is rather alarming but it slurps up mellow and porky, with the scallions providing highlights. Mehr erfahren.

Momosan Ramen & Sake is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

14. Momosan Ramen & Sake

8.6
342 Lexington Ave (btwn E 39th & E 40th St), New York City, NY
Ramen-Restaurant · Murray Hill · 95 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: Tsukemen: The soup offers a green snow of scallions and lime juice in a pork-bone broth; the noodles are firm and spaghetti-like Sun noodles. Mehr erfahren.

Kuro-Obi is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

15. Kuro-Obi

7.4
700 8th Ave (at W 44th St), New York City, NY
Ramen-Restaurant · Theater District · 15 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: Shiro-Obi Classic: The bowls are of compact size, the pork belly nicely fatty, and the delicate noodles prove the perfect weight for the broth. Mehr erfahren.

Totto Ramen is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

16. Totto Ramen

8.8
366 W 52nd St (btwn 8th & 9th Ave), New York City, NY
Ramen-Restaurant · Hell's Kitchen · 590 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: Chicken Paitan Ramen: A chicken-pork both, wavy blond noodles like the hair of a '40s matinee queen, a hot-as-shit separately ordered condiment to be used sparingly, and a potential side of avocado. Mehr erfahren.

Jin Ramen is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

17. Jin Ramen

8.5
462 Amsterdam Ave (W 82nd St), New York City, NY
Ramen-Restaurant · Upper West Side · 69 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: Spicy Tonkotsu: Our favorite among the spicy choices is based on pork-bone tonkotsu, and achieves its results with chile oil and black garlic. Mehr erfahren.

Santouka Ramen is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

18. Santouka Ramen

9.0
595 River Rd (at Mitsuwa Marketplace), Edgewater, NJ
Ramen-Restaurant · 55 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: Toroniku Salt Ramen: The deconstructed version features wavy noodles and broth in one bowl, and pork belly and other add-ins neatly arranged on an adjacent plate. Mehr erfahren.

HinoMaru Ramen is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

19. HinoMaru Ramen

8.8
33-18 Ditmars Blvd (btwn 33rd & 35th St), Astoria, NY
Ramen-Restaurant · Astoria · 127 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: HinoMaru Ramen: Go wild with Hinomaru’s “New York Style”: two kinds of fish-cake (one with a jovial monkey face) plus their signature “fireball” — a loose meatball of peppery ground pork. Mehr erfahren.

Tamashii Ramen is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

20. Tamashii Ramen

8.4
29-05 Broadway (btwn 29th & 30th St), Astoria, NY
Ramen-Restaurant · Astoria · 68 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: Tamashii Ramen: Our favorite is the signature bowl, which includes all the trimmings — thick slices of pork belly, and plenty of greens — in a tonkosu that is lighter and less salty than most. Mehr erfahren.

Shinobi Ramen is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

21. Shinobi Ramen

7.9
53 Morgan Ave (btwn Morgan Ave & Bogart St), Brooklyn, NY
Ramen-Restaurant · East Williamsburg · 56 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: Shinobi Ramen: A seven-hour shoyu-chicken broth, which spoons up thick and wonderfully slick. It has enough flavor that it totally enlivens the other ingredients, which might be rather dull without it Mehr erfahren.

Suzume is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

22. Suzume

9.3
545 Lorimer St (at Devoe St), Brooklyn, NY
Asiatisches Restaurant · East Williamsburg · 173 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: Grilled Salmon Ramen: This soup works, mainly by not being too fussy, so that the salmon can shine next to the wavy, wobbly noodles, further flavored with scallions and kelp. Mehr erfahren.

Ichiran is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

23. Ichiran

8.1
374 Johnson Ave (btwn Bogart St & Morgan Ave), Brooklyn, NY
Ramen-Restaurant · East Williamsburg · 71 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: Tonkotsu Ramen: The noodles were exceedingly solid. They’re available in varying levels of thickness and doneness, and they’re deposited in a tonkotsu broth a little lighter and silkier than most. Mehr erfahren.

Ganso is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

24. Ganso

25 Bond St (at Livingston St), Brooklyn, NY
Ramen-Restaurant · Downtown Brooklyn · 293 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: Ganso Shoyu: Their signature bowl features a delicate, soy-and-chicken-based broth, pork belly, Tokyo-style noodles with some tooth to them, and a nice wad of seasonal bitter greens. Mehr erfahren.

Chuko is one of Sietsema’s NYC Ramen Heatmap.

25. Chuko

9.2
565 Vanderbilt Ave (at Pacific St), Brooklyn, NY
Ramen-Restaurant · Prospect Heights · 394 Tipps und Bewertungen

EaterEater: Veggie Ramen: A pale miso thickening with seasonal vegetables such as cabbage, sweet potato, snow peas and corn. Adding a gooey egg helps ramp up the richness. Mehr erfahren.