Slurping Turtle

Row 1

Details
116 W Hubbard St (at N LaSalle St)
Chicago, IL 60654
(312) 464-0466
Noodles, Japanese
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: 11:30 AM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 11:30 AM–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Highlights of the menuhamachi tartare in little taro-root tacos, fried ramen noodles tossed with spicy mustard for a dish called Chiyan Pon, and joyful desserts like softball-sized cream puffs.
  • I'm a fan fan of the tan tan
  • Highlights of the menu include hamachi tartare in delicate little taro-root tacos, tan tan men ramen weighted with herb-packed pork meatballs, and joyful desserts like softball-sized cream puffs.
  • Here's a tip: stand outside the door in the (still indoors) entry while waiting for a table instead of crowding the hostess station and people at their tables.
  • Only the turtles can slurp the miso soup here!!
  • Must try one of their noodles/soup! Something for everyone!
  • Highlights of the menu include hamachi tartare in delicate little taro-root tacos, tan tan men ramen weighted with herb-packed pork meatballs, and joyful desserts like softball-sized cream puffs. -BC
  • Duck Fat Fried Chicken. Do it.
  • Get the Tonkotsu for lunch, followed by a 2-hour nap at your desk. Satisfaction guaranteed.
  • Not BYOB anymore
  • For a real bang for your buck look for the Duck Fat Fried Chicken. The extra crispy coating gives way to a supremely moist interior, making it one of the best examples of fried chicken around.
  • Cute contemporary dining experience. The 'bincho grill' options are great for sampling. The 'slurping noodle' dish warms you up on a cold day. Nicely organized sake menu for the sake virgin.
  • Theres not a bad seat in this ultrasleek noodle houseif you can score one, that is.
  • Yuke tataki is the beef tartare of Japanese dreams: hand-cut prime rib seasoned with ginger, garlic, chili and sesame oils ($10).
  • Hit Takashi Yagihashi's new restaurant for ramen, sashimi dishes and meats from the binchotan charcoal grill, including a delightful variety of chicken parts.
  • Right now this place is BYOB so make sure you bring a 40.
  • Solid happy hour with 1/2 price snacks, sake flights, and bottles of wine. $4 for select draft beers. The Tan Tan ramen and Chahan rice bowl are both very good.
  • Best ramen ever had! Nice broth and ramen served at the perfect texture!
  • The fried brussel sprouts were excellent. Don't worry, the scallions are deep fried on top, so they can easily be picked off.
  • Try the duck fat fried chicken and pork belly Bao.