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Ichiran

Ramen, Noodles
374 Johnson Ave (btwn Bogart St & Morgan Ave)
Brooklyn, NY 11206
(718) 381-0491
Monday
11:00am - 10:30pm
Tuesday
11:00am - 10:30pm
Wednesday
11:00am - 10:30pm
Thursday
11:00am - 10:30pm
Friday
11:00am - 11:30pm
Saturday
11:00am - 11:30pm
Sunday
11:00am - 10:30pm

Menu

Tips

  • Dining alone here just feels right. Just like the ones in Japan (except there's a section for group tables, and it's at least 3x more expensive).
  • Inconvenient to get to, a little pricier than the comp (especially w/ toppings), but it's simply the best bowl of ramen outside of Japan. Hype seems to have dyed down, no wait for lunch on a weekend
  • Cant go wrong. This is the best ramen place ever. Pro tip: Try firm/extra firm noodles, they continue to cook as you eat the ramen. Dont over do it with the spicy tare, youll miss out on the broth!
  • This place is iconic. We waited for an hour to be seated, but it was worth it. There is just 1 type if ramen available and I would recommend making it spicy (5/10).
  • It was the most delicious in the Ramen noodles IThe concept is unique, but the ramen is more delicious than that! Because there are only NY in America, those who come to NY should eat it by all means
  • Theyre a solid spot but more for the experience than the ramen itself. The ramen isnt bad. But go for the experience.
  • Decent ramen. I find Ippudo and Rai Rai Ken to be just as good without the 18 dollar sticker shock. ICHIRAN has beat noodles. You can get good, if not better ramen in Japan for 6 dollars. Go visit!
  • Brand name, thats whats famous for this place, pricey for noodles without much topping
  • Conceptually cool, but I think theres betterand cheaperramen in the hood
  • Aside from the fact that it's double the price here, the ramen is pretty close to what you would get at Ichiran in Japan. Don't order the egg, as it's more like hard-boiled egg than nitamago.
  • The ramen is really good, the broth is very flavorful but its pricey for being just noodles, broth, some scallion and a tiny sliver of pork. If you want an egg or any topping, its a 3$ add on.
  • Casual spot for ramen. Liked how it was customizable but nothing particularly special. The noodles were good but I prefer Ivan Ramen.
  • The most fire tonkotsu in the game.
  • Spicy ramen!
  • Tonkotsu Ramen: The noodles were exceedingly solid. Theyre available in varying levels of thickness and doneness, and theyre deposited in a tonkotsu broth a little lighter and silkier than most.
  • Perhaps my new favorite close by ramen experience. Get in there before the line starts.
  • absurd base price for a bowl of ramen but it's basically the best I've had. Take someone who really likes ramen for a special occasion
  • Although it tastes better in Japan, Ichiran NY still has some damn good ramen. Pricey though.
  • Everything is customizable and aside from the main ramen price, add-ons are relatively cheap
  • Best ramen ever

Nearby places

261 Moore St (at Bogart St)
12 Grattan St (btwn Bogart St & Morgan Ave)
40 Bogart (btwn Thames & Grattan)