Benkei Ramen

Row 1

115 Allen St (btwn Rivington & Delancey St)
New York, NY 10002
(201) 290-8682
Ramen, Noodles
$ $
Mon–Thu: Midnight–4:00 AM Sun: 5:00 PM–2:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • This place is inside Ushiwakamaru and only operates at night. Tuesday-Saturday 12:30am-4:00am Sunday 5:00pm-10:30pm
  • The late-night pop-up is open only after 12:30 a.m., Monday through Saturday. Dont let the curt service and rollicking after-hours crowd deter you from tasting the tonkotsu ramen.
  • Think about the longest time you've had to wait for food at a restaurant. Then double that. Now add a few extra minutes cause you're drunk and impatient. That's what the wait here is.
  • Ramen is good but I was sitting for over an hour before I got my food
  • #noMSG ... I'm sold
  • Definitely good ramen, loved the option for pork shoulder and the broth in the spicy was great. That said, waited for an hour even being the first order in.
  • Spicy Tonkotsu Miso Ramen is hands down the best ramen I've had here in the city. A thicker, heartier, broth with thick, wavy, noodles to complement. Excellent charsu.
  • Karaage and the benkei!
  • As everyone mentions, it takes a while to get your food, but: 1. It's only one dude, and. 2. It's sooo worth it.
  • late night ramen
  • Located as a pop-up inside Hill & Dale. Available every night after midnight, except Sunday, when pop-up open at 5pm
  • Decent, awfully expensive for what you get
  • If youre looking for ramen on a Tuesday night at 3 a.m., meet Benkei, a late-night ramen pop-up that opens in the space of Lower East Side restaurant Hill & Dale after they close up for the night.
  • Great gyoza
  • Tuesday-Saturday 12:30am-4:00am Sunday 5:00pm-10:30pm Monday Closed. LONG WAIT.
  • Slowest service eeevvvvveeerrr.
  • extremely long wait but you won't be disappointed. spicy benkai ramen
  • The Tonkotsu and Kaisen ramen were both really good. Haven't tried the others yet.
  • What to Order: Shoyu ramen.
  • Service is sloooow. But I recommend Tonkotsu broth. Shoyu was too salty.