Rai Rai Ken

Row 1

218 E 10th St (btwn 1st & 2nd Ave)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 477-7030
Noodles, Japanese
$ $
Mon–Thu, Sun: 11:30 AM–4:00 PM Fri–Sat: 11:30 PM–2:00 AM

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  • i've tried many ramen-yas, yet remain loyal to rai rai ken. yes, i've even filled up my ramen punch card and redeemed it for a free bowl. it was that day that i became mayor.
  • With 30 seats, Rai Rai Ken is a good approximation of the small, humble ramen-ya found throughout Japan.
  • I love this place. They just move to nice new digs a few doors down. The curry ramen is a must and affordable!
  • Jin Ramen on 125th and Broadway is the best Ramen place. Way better than here.
  • Try the Miso Ramen
  • Grab a business card from the along the counter.... get 10 stamps and get a free ramen!
  • Get the Mabo Tofu ramen. I ate the whole thing! Ground pork, spice, and tofu topped with chopped green onions.
  • Had the shoyu ramen. Very good broth, a bit small but filling enough
  • Shoyu ramen is flavorful and the pork belly was tasty. Not the best but a really solid bowl of ramen.
  • They reuse the string to cook the pork eww
  • Jin ramen is way better
  • The miso ramen is the best!!
  • Mediocre ramen
  • Come for the ramen, come back for the fried rice
  • Moved to 218 East 10th Street. Two doors down.
  • When you got to have that soup and hold your posture
  • open pretty late and does delivery!
  • In the summertime, try the hiyashi chuka. Great summer noodle. Mabo tofu if youure in the mood for spicy.
  • Insanely fast & delicious delivery. Literally 5 min.
  • Best ramen in the city. The miso ramen broth is so good, I tend to fill up on that before I make a dent in the noodles.