Row 1

536 E 5th St (btwn Ave A & B)
New York, NY 10009
(212) 505-8001
Ramen, Japanese
$ $
Mon–Sun: Noon–11:30 PM

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  • The spicy miso ramen is as good as any of the ramens from Ippudo. There's really nothing else you should get here. Make it extra spicy.
  • Spicy Miso...
  • Get the spicy basic ramen with extra pork.
  • A very low-key and unassuming atmosphere with some perfect ramen. Try the Spicy Miso and the Gyozaswhich are all prepared in front of you.
  • Best ramen.
  • Order the spicy miso ramen and gyoza. Take a nap after finishing it all.
  • Need some flavor injection? Try the Spicy Basic/Miso Ramen. Drool inducer.
  • Shoyu Charsu all the way every day.
  • Many people say Spicy Miso is the best, but I like to keep it simple with the Shoyu ramen. Some of the best in the city.
  • Wall art interesting to say the least
  • Try the tsukemen - Last yummy lunch with @ladylexy & @Sethland in NYC.
  • Spicy Miso Ramen!
  • When you tire of the Spicy Basic, give the Mincao Sio a try because it. is. delicious.
  • Kamada fell in love with tonkotsu ramen while living in Tokyo in his twenties, and always wanted to create his own version of the famous pork broth.
  • Spicy miso ramen is warming and filling; perfect for cold days.
  • Ramen here makes people happy, they have vegi versions (miso based).
  • If you can get an extra serving of pork in your ramen, I'd highly suggest that. (I promise I won't tell anyone you did!)
  • Come to Minca for the best Ramen East of 1st Ave., start with pork Gyoza and have some hot sake
  • get the tonoriku ramen, unless you have a heart condition.
  • Though it's not our favorite ramen in the neighborhood, it's cheaper than most with flavorful noodles.