Hide-Chan Ramen

Hide-Chan Ramen
Its my second time visit at ”Hide-Chan Ramen”

Hakata Kuro Ramen ♥♥♥1/2

Many peoples say that Hide-Chan Ramen is too salty……… 😦 My first visit to Hide-Chan I thought the same thing too! But my both Kuro Ramen and Spicy Ramen were perfect when I came here for the second time. I would like to go back again for third time sometime soon to give you my final thought about their Ramen. Stay tuned ~ XO

My favorite Ramen is The Hakata Kuro Rame.

OVERALL FOOD ATMOSPHERE PRICE
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Hide-Chan Ramen    248 East 52nd St (b/t 2 Ave & 3 Ave), 2nd floor restaurant,  New York, NY 10022   (212) 813-1800

Hakata Spicy Ramen ♥♥♥1/2

Chashiu Tonkotsu Ramen ♥♥♥

Pork Gyoza ♥♥♥

 

 

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Mokbar

mokbar

Korean Ramen & Ho’ Cake at ”Mokbar”

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The only thing that could warm me up right now is Spicy Kimchi‬ Ramen‬ at Mokbar 🍜

Mokbar is located at inside of Chelsea Market in Meatpacking District. I ate so many different kind of Ramen before yet this was my first time eating Korean Style Ramen ( except instant noodle Shin Ramyun ). Three of us shared three different kind of Ramen and a few appetizers. Also we had Saki and Marc A.K.A NY Journal had a Makgeolli #Cheers ~ 🍶

I had to try Black Ramen and Spicy Tofu Ramen as food blogger. They were very unique and delish but my favorite Ramen was Kimchi Ramen. If you’re fan of Mapo Tofu and spicy food you will love Spicy Tofu Ramen. It was #HotHotHot 🔥🔥🔥

BUT more than Ramen, more than dumplings or Disco Fries ”Ho’ Cake” was OMG delish and only $6!! I have never had a Ho’ Cake before and now I’m so in love with this cute bun with yummy dipping sauce 🙂 I started new page called ”Bucket Dish” on Tabelog (www.tabelog.usBucket Dish is a special dish that worth traveling across the world just to eat. I am so ~ adding this dish on BucketDish of New York City.

Mokbar      75 9th Ave, ( at Chelsea Market ) New York, NY 10011  (646) 964-4448

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 Kimchi Rame – Kimchi bacon broth. Braised pork. Stewed kimchi. Scallion $13 ♥♥♥

Ho’ Cake – crispy bun with heavenly pork belly filling $6 ♥♥♥

This dish is on Tabelog’s Bucket Dish NY

Black Ramen

Black bean, bacon, vegetable sauce. Pork belly. Cucumber. Pickled daikon. Scallion $13 ♥♥♥1/2

Open Kitchen

Spicy Tofu Ramen

Pork and tofu sauce. Spicy garlic paste. Minced pork. Poached egg. Scallion $13, Pork belly topping $2 ♥♥♥1/2

Disco Fries

ramen gravy, cheese curd, kimchi, nori $12 ♥♥♥

The chef /owner Esther Choi

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Halmoni Dumplings $7 ( 6 pc )

ground pork, zucchini, cabbage, tofu, kimchi, garlic chive relish ♥♥♥1/2

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Japchae Dumplings $7 ( 6 pc )

Pickled shiitake. Glass noodle. Garlic chive. Tofu • Garlic chive relish ♥♥♥1/2

Saki ♥♥♥

Makgeolli

Mokbar ( left side )

Ramen Lab

Ramen Lab

Ramen Lab by Sun Noodle

Ramen master Chef Jack Nakamura from Japan is prepping to open, “Ramen Lab” early next month on Kenmare St in downtown NYC.

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I was here for pre-opening media event. I had Torigara Shoyu Ramen and XO Miso Ramen. Pork Gyoza was very special. One of the best Japanese dumpling I ever had in New York *\(^_^)/* Recently I was at his famous Ramen shop AFURI in Ebisu, Tokyo Japan 🙂

鶏ガラ醤油ラーメン

 Torigara Shoyu Ramen (soy-based broth) $13

 Toppings: Pork Chashu, Menma, Nori, Spinach, Naruto, Fish Cake.

Tokyo style ramen consists of slightly thin, curly noodles served in a soy-flavoured chicken broth. The Tokyo style broth typically has a touch of dashi, as old ramen establishments in Tokyo often originate from soba eateries. Standard toppings are chopped scallion, menma, sliced pork, kamaboko, egg, nori, and spinach. Ikebukuro, Ogikubo and Ebisu are three areas in Tokyo known for their ramen. by wikipedia

Sun Noodle

#1502 18w noodles (太麺)

#0106 24w noodle (細麺)

XO味噌ラーメン

XO Miso Ramen $14

Toppings: Bean Sprouts, Nira, Scallions, corn.

Vegetarian. sun noodle miso paste with special xo sauce developed by kaizen trading, sun noodle #1502 18w noodles, special miso paste (liquid paste seasoning), oolong tea , butter optional.

Sapporo Style Ramen, the capital of Hokkaido, is especially famous for its ramen. Most people in Japan associate Sapporo with its rich miso ramen, which was invented there and which is ideal for Hokkaido’s harsh, snowy winters. Sapporo miso ramen is typically topped with sweetcorn, butter, bean sprouts, finely chopped pork, and garlic, and sometimes local seafood such as scallop, squid, and crab. Hakodate, another city of Hokkaidō, is famous for its salt flavored ramen, while Asahikawa in the north of the island offers a soy sauce-flavored variation. by wikipedia

  Chef Jack Nakamura in action!

アツアツ餃子

Piping Hot Gyoza $7

Pork Napa Cabbage, Nira

Toppings – Seasoned boiled egg $2

Housemade Chili Paste

Ivan Ramen

Ivan Ramen

Ivan Ramen, the second location in L.E.S.

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 Ivan Ramen           25 Clinton Street ( b/t Houston St & Stanton St ) NYC         (646)-678-3859

Ivan Ramen opened a second location in the Lower East Side earlier this spring. Although I was disappointed with the ramen at their first location in Gotham West Market last year, I decided to give it another try at this new location.

I ordered two different kinds of appetizers and two different kinds of ramen. I’m sorry, but all four dishes were not for me. 😦  I’m giving it a two star rating for food. However, I’m giving it 3 hearts overall which I think is a more important rating. The best thing about this place is that they have an outdoor space in back. Since I came here in the early spring the weather was still cold, so I sat inside. I am sure people enjoy sitting in the outdoor back room during the summer time. I suggest you try the outdoor atmosphere yourself before the weather gets cold. This place still has buzz right now.

OVERALL FOOD ATMOSPHERE PRICE
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1000 years old deviled egg – hen egg + preserved duck egg, tomato, bonito 3.50 ♥♥♥1/2

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double dredged chicken hearts + livers, ponzu honey mustard $8 ♥♥

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Four Cheese Mazemen dashi, pickled bean sprout, pork chashu, whole wheat noodle $15 ♥♥

Kewpie ebI – fried whole prawns, smoked chili,
watercress, lemon 15 ♥♥♥

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Spicy Red Chili Ramen dashi + chicken broth, minced pork, smashed egg, rye noodle $14 ♥♥

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Lancaster Okonomiyaki scrapple waffle, charred cabbage, pickled apple, maple kewpie $12 ♥♥

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Chicken Paitan Ramen – white chicken broth, chicken confit,
schmaltz fried onions, rye noodle 16 ♥♥♥

Braised Beef Tongue – dashi + beef broth, hot mustard 11 ♥♥♥

Roast Pork Musubi ♥♥

Tokyo Shio Ramen sea salts, dashi + chicken broth, pork chashu, rye noodle $13 ♥♥1/2

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Minca Ramen

Minca

Big Bowl of Ramen at ”Minca”

Spicy Basic Ramen pork broth $12 ( thin noodle ) ♥♥

The place’s decor and atmosphere are both not cute like IPPUDO or MOMOFUKU but I can promise you that MINCA serves very yummy ramen. My favorite ramen is Spicy Basic Ramen with pork broth (picture above). Basic salt & roast garlic flavor Ramen is also my favorite. They has two different options for noodle. I recommend you to order thin noodle for both ramen. I just don’t care for thick noodle. Also this place has sister restaurant called KAMBI on EAST 14th Street. I heard MINCA and KAMBI serve exactly same menu. Good to know 🙂

Minca     536 E 5th St (btw Ave A & Ave B) NYC (212) 505-8001

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Basic salt & roast garlic flavor Ramen ( thin noodle )  $11 ♥♥