Mŏkbar

Row 1

Details
75 9th Ave (btwn W 15th & W 16th St)
New York, NY 10011
(646) 964-5963
Korean, Noodles
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: 11:00 AM–9:00 PM Fri–Sat: 11:00 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • This ramen spot has noodles with kimchi bacon broth or classic braised pork broth, and they have disco fries with ramen gravy. Disco fries. With ramen gravy.
  • I just left MokBar and ordered the TOFU RAMEN. 1/2 way through eating it I noticed that I am eating PORK! Call me crazy but no where on their stupid chalk board menu does it say TOFU/PORK RAMEN. Livid
  • Expensive but delicious ho cakes!
  • i'm all about them ho cakes.
  • the classic ramen and ho cakes are a must try! ramen was flavorful, noodles were cooked nicely and the pork was melt-in-your-mouth delicious.
  • They have vegan dumplings and vegan ramen, plus crispy fried rice sticks (kochi) can be made vegan (per Stacy D.)
  • Best new korean spot in the city hands down! Legit ramen and other food too
  • Thicker broth than normal but the Korean Japanese fusion is great.
  • The spicy kimchi ramen...ask for a poached egg
  • Delicious and warm for a cold day! Had the miso ramen. Yum!
  • The disco fries are to die for, as is the hocake - both are perfect if you just want a snack. For a meal you can't go wrong with any ramen, the spicy tofu is my favorite but all are delicious.
  • Find inventive Korean takes on a variety of dishes, including the Kimchi Ramen, Disco Fries, and Dukbokki. Majority of seating is at the bar, so be prepared to wait.
  • Hands down, the best Korean comfort food in NYC! The ramen flavors are authentic and clean and you can tell each dish is made with love!
  • Incredible Kimchi Tasting to start our #TasteforNK dinner!
  • yuzu strawberry iced tea is a perfect refresher in the summer heat!
  • Love love love this spot! Korean style ramen, why hasn't anyone done this before? The kimchi and spicy tofu ramen are a must. I need to go back to try every dish!
  • Ho cake and mushroom tempura are a must every time
  • Outstanding ramen-ya for those suffering withdrawal after leaving the Orient. The Classic has true tonkotsu broth, the ramen is nicely chewy, and chef is generous with her toppings.
  • Great pork. Great noodles. The black ramen is too thick and overwhelms all the other flavors. Try a different one.
  • Yuzu tea goes great with every meal!