Hide-Chan Ramen

Ramen
$ $
248 E 52nd St (btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave)
New York, NY 10022
(212) 813-1800
Monday
11:30am - 3:00pm
4:30pm - 11:00pm
Tuesday
11:30am - 3:00pm
4:30pm - 11:00pm
Wednesday
11:30am - 3:00pm
4:30pm - 11:00pm
Thursday
11:30am - 3:00pm
4:30pm - 1:00am
Friday
11:30am - 3:00am
Saturday
12:00pm - 11:00pm
Sunday
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • Hide your kids, Hide your Chan
  • Owner Bobby Munekata's mini empire also includes Totto Ramen, Soba Totto and Yakitori Totto.
  • Those in the know order the Totto Spicy Ramen, made with deeply flavored chicken broth and good, springy noodles delivered daily from Soba Totto across town.
  • At Hide-Chan, ramen chef Kawahara focuses on tonkotsu (pork) brotha luscious, meaty soup, more cloudy than creamy. The best way to taste it is in the ma-yu ramen.
  • If you have room post-ramen (or before ramen), try the cheese-covered gyoza, a gutbomb of the finest order.
  • Richly flavored broth is the highlight of this Ramen joint. Go for the Hakata Tonkotsu with very firm noodles and very rich (more pork fat) dont be scared by the fleck of pork fat youll see.
  • Order the ma-yu ramen with pork tonkotsu brotha luscious meaty soup, more cloudy than creamywith earthy, crunchy kikurage mushrooms and a half-submerged sheet of briny nori.
  • Make reservation :)
  • Spicy tonkatsu was much better than Ippudo, but their pork buns aren't close. Authentic Japanese vs. faux Asian Ippudo.
  • Order the black ramen! It's a garlicky force to be reckoned with.
  • Go firm and rich or go home
  • The pork basil gyoza is boss
  • Good food but service is at a shamefully inept level for a Japanese restaurant. Still worth it
  • The spicy pork buns are a delicious pre-ramen appetizer!
  • Midtown East's best source for ramen. Order the pork toro and the Hakata Kuro ramen, which comes with pureed charred garlic swirled in.
  • The hakata kuro ramen is delicious! try it with very firm noodles & rich broth...
  • Happy hour..!!! Super good
  • Order the black ramen! It's a garlicky force to be reckoned with.
  • Try the Pork Buns
  • The $6 Sapporo draft is larger than the $7 Asahi Dry draft.

Nearby places

1039 2nd Avenue (btwn 54th & 55th St.)
973 2nd Ave (btwn E 51st & E 52nd)
155 E 52nd St (btwn 3rd & Lexington Ave)