Hide Chan Ramen - 248 East 52nd Street (Between 2nd & 3rd Ave.), New York

Hide Chan Ramen - 248 East Street (Between & Ave.

*Late Night Ramen* Hide-Chan Ramen Midtown 12 min walk from the Jewel Open Late (4am Th to Sat, 11pm Sun to Wed) , Ramen (ramen at Hide-Chan is of the rich, porky, tonkotsu variety made famous by the Hakata region. ) LOCATION 248 East 52nd Street, New York, NY

Hide-Chan Ramen is a Japanese, Noodle Shops restaurant located in East New York, NY

Totto Ramen at 52nd and Ninth, an underground lunch spot that scored 25 from Zagat's

Totto Ramen at and Ninth, an underground lunch spot that scored 25 from Zagat's

Hide-Chan Ramen 248 East 52nd Street, 2nd Floor, New York NY 10022

Hide-chan Ramen: Come for the Noodles, Stay for the Pork Toro

Hide-chan Ramen - Come for the Noodles, Stay for the Pork Toro. Also, it's probably the only ramen place where you can specify the firmness of your noodles.

totto ramen east 52nd street and 2nd ave

Totto Ramen Opens in Double Stacked East Side Paradise

totto ramen east 52nd street and 2nd ave

Totto Ramen  366 W 52nd St between Eighth and Ninth Aves Like a traditional Japanese ramen-ya, this narrow, below-street-level noodle joint is designed for quick meals. Most seats are along a counter, behind which the chefs crisp pork slices with a propane torch and tend to bubbling stockpots. The specialty here is paitan ramen, a creamy soup that’s a chicken-based variation on Hakata, Japan’s famous tonkotsu (pork) broth.

Totto Ramen

Like a traditional Japanese ramen-ya, this narrow, below-street-level noodle joint is designed for quick meals. Most seats are along a counter, behind which the

Totto Ramen 248 E 52nd Street, NY NY

Totto Ramen East - Midtown East - New York - The Infatuation

Totto Ramen, 366 West 52nd Street, Hell's Kitchen

Totto Ramen, 366 West 52nd Street, Hell's Kitchen

A pair of new ramen shops owned by Bobby Munekata on opposite ends of 52nd Street join the recent run of workaday noodle houses in the city.

A pair of new ramen shops owned by Bobby Munekata on opposite ends of Street join the recent run of workaday noodle houses in the city.

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