Ivan Ramen

Ramen, Noodles, Japanese
$ $
25 Clinton St (btwn Stanton & E Houston St)
New York, NY 10002
(646) 678-3859
12:30pm - 10:00pm
12:30pm - 10:00pm
12:30pm - 10:00pm
12:30pm - 10:00pm
12:30pm - 11:00pm
12:30pm - 11:00pm
12:30pm - 10:00pm


  • Like ramen? Come here. Don't like ramen? Come here.
  • It's fine. You expect greatness, and you get an average, slightly pricey meal. The triple pork triple garlic mazeman is worth getting.
  • From Ryan Sutton's 2 star review: "Orkin slays you with shio or shoyu ramen just as much as with that garlic mazemen, a flavor so distinctive it should have the same trademark protection as a Cronut."
  • I know the main attraction is the ramen, but get a 1000 year deviled egg; it's fantastic (and cheap!). and for vegetarians, the veggie ramen is delicious. also, can't go wrong with the dry bizen sake.
  • Get the JFC, Tofu Coney Island to start, then hit it with either the triple pork triple garlic mazemen or Tokyo shio ramen.
  • The lightest ramen is the Shio. Get the four cheese, spicy, or triple pork if you want a heavier meal.
  • The Spicy Red Chili Ramen is one of the best ramens you'll have! Dashi + chicken broth, minced pork, smashed egg, rye noodle and fully loaded with egg, pork chashu, & roast tomato.
  • Everything is a surprise and delight; clearly obsessed over. Coney Island tofu is a standout starter and chicken confit ramen is basically the best chicken noodle soup you'll ever have.
  • If you're looking for something with a kick, the spicy red chili ramen is what you want.
  • The Tokyo Ship Ramen is so delicious. One of my favorite broths in the city!
  • Order the scrapple waffle (but don't Google what scrapple is). The fried chicken was also good, mainly for the liver parts.
  • Before your ramen, you must get the killer L.E.S. Buns: pastrami, karashi mayo, daikon slaw
  • Creative dishes. Absolutely loved the triple pork garlic mazeman! Get the sour beer as well.
  • Hot Spicy Ramen.
  • Pickled daikon is legit.
  • The tofu coney island sounds strange but tastes great. The epitome of Ivan Orkin's Japanese-American balance.
  • Everything is measured perfectly, don't you dare ask for extra broth
  • Coney Island and Tokyo ramen ftw. Don't forget to add the egg and sit out back if it's nice out. Also $4 Sapporo.
  • The ramen was ok, but I'm biased coz we spent our summer holiday in Tokyo. However, for ramen outside Japan it was very tasteful
  • spicy ramen but the broth gets nastier than most towards then end

Nearby places

23 Clinton St (btwn Stanton & E Houston St)
188 Ludlow St (at E Houston St)
2 Rivington St (at Bowery)