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The Best Ramen Restaurants in New York City

As it gets colder, there is no better time for a good, hearty bowl of ramen and we are not talking about the instant ramen that you find in supermarkets. From Chinatown to Midtown (and everywhere in between), here are the best ramen restaurants in New York City. Ajisen Ramen – 14 Mott St If you go to Ajisen Ramen in Chinatown during the lunch hours in the weekdays, their Ajisen Ramen Deluxe lunch special is only $8. It is a huge bowl of ramen with three slices of chashu and with what they call a tenderous rib. One thing that make Ajisen Ramen unique is that they use a Chinese tea egg instead of the usual soft boiled egg. All in all, it is a great bargain. Bassanova Ramen NYC – 76 Mott St Down the block from Ajisen…

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November 21, 2014

The Best Thing I Have Ever Eaten: Ni Japanese Delicacies’ Smoked Mackerel Rolls

Ni Japanese Delicacies is the definition of a hidden gem in New York City. It is a tiny food stall tucked away in a corner of the Essex Street Market. But from there, they churn out an assortment of interesting Japanese snacks and super healthy, super delicious vegan bento boxes. You can’t go wrong with…

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September 27, 2012

Top 10 Places in New York City for Japanese Food

From sushi to teriyaki and from taiyaki to takoyaki, trying new Japanese foods can be a culinary adventure!  Here are our top 10 places in New York City for Japanese food. We’ve made sure to include a variety to check out for those looking to try something a little different. Yakiniku West – 218 E…

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July 10, 2012

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