Ramen Yebisu

Row 1

126 N 6th St (at Berry St)
Brooklyn, NY 11249
(718) 782-1444
$ $
Mon–Thu, Sun: Noon–11:00 PM Fri–Sat: Noon–Midnight

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  • Delicious seafood broth based ramen. The miso is intense and flavorful. The soupless Abura Soba, which comes with a poached egg, is also fantastic.
  • Hokkaido-born chef Akira Hiratsuka ferments his noodles for 48 hours, which lends the strands a wild, funky character that marries well with the briny shio broth.
  • Decent to great ramen depending on what you order. Miso ramen, shio ramen, and abura soba are the best of the lot.
  • Yebisu ramen is a nice change of pace, but the miso ramen is shockingly out of this world! Try both! (But mostly the miso)
  • I wish I could bathe in this broth
  • Maybe I'm just a fatty, but a regular order of Miso Ramen isn't quite enough. I always order extra noodles for $2 more
  • At the risk of sounding like an utter douche, this is the only non-Ippudo ramen I've eaten and felt was not pointless. In fact the noodles are superior. The miso broth is delightfully salty and porky.
  • Get the house favorite "Yebisu Ramen" with a spicy egg for that extra kick. Then be prepared to have your taste buds totally blown away with delicious infused flavors. From first bite until your last.
  • Try the ramen.
  • Best miso ramen in Brooklyn BUT WORST front door in Brooklyn
  • Before your ramen, order the delicious bao buns filled with pork, onion, lettuce, scallion, shiitake mushrooms, mayo, and a boiled egg.
  • Get the Shoyu Ramen: soy sauce base soup, ramen noodles, roasted pork, bamboo shoots, scallion, and toasted seaweed.
  • If you like your broth gorgeously fatty and oily and Phil Collins on repeat then this is your jam.
  • Best Ramen in Williamsburg. I favor the chicken ramen but it's all good.
  • The miso broth is a little milky, porky and delicious. Comes with ground pork.
  • They do have a veggie broth for those who are allergic to shellfish or of the vegetarian persuasion. It's not on the menu, but just ask your server.
  • Get the miso ramen. Add the chili oil. Bliss.
  • Cash only. Ask for the spicy oil.
  • Extra spicy ramen.
  • Gyoza are very tasty but light/not filling, miso ramen is tasty!

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