Naruto Ramen

Ramen, Noodles
$ $
1596 3rd Ave (at E 90th St)
New York, NY 10128
12:00pm - 11:00pm
12:00pm - 11:00pm
12:00pm - 11:00pm
12:00pm - 11:00pm
12:00pm - 11:00pm
12:00pm - 11:00pm
12:00pm - 11:00pm



  • It would be cool if the staff dressed up like the characters from konoha.
  • Casual, 14 seat spot (counter seating) with $9 bowls of ramen with all the goodies. Get the miso ramen, spicy, and stir in the small block of butter that comes on top. Mm.
  • Small eat-at-bar only place, so wouldn't come here with a bigger group than 3
  • Tiny and cheap uptown ramen spot. Be sure to come on Mondays for their $7 ramen special!
  • Put your name on the waiting list. walk inside and quick right turn... it's a clipboard on the wall.
  • Naruto Ramen! Excelent choice! They even serve you water! Very tasty! No mistake, go Naruto!!! Pode comer tranquilo essa refeio. Msica japonesa tocando ao fundo. Preo honesto e bom! Finalmente!
  • Best fried rice ever. The spicy ramen is not that spicy.
  • The curry ramen is really tasty. Paired with gyoza, you will be full for the whole day!
  • Not too long of a wait. If you are not a pork person Vege is the way to go. Miso is great. I asked for spicy - it could of been spicier! Service should be faster & clearly they are not organized.
  • The fried rice is excellent. Get a half size to go with your ramen of choice.
  • Everything here is soooo yummy
  • Coco ramien its oishi deska!!!
  • Can't go wrong with the curry is awesome.
  • By far the best ramen I've ever eaten. Ramen + the $4 sapporo for a wonderful and cheap experience. Cash only, be prepared to wait on the weekend.
  • This is such a treat - perfect for a post-museum meal. Remember that the ramen bowls are quite large and filling. Also be sure to try the octopus balls.
  • Best miso ramen in the city. I've been to a lot of spots and Naruto has the best flavor and is always reliable. Slight sweetness and best soft boiled egg.
  • Very good ramen for a good price. Casual, but not easy to get in
  • the miso ramen is creamy and salty and all things delicious
  • This little ramen joint has been serving up reliably good bowls for the last few years now. The small bar is often crowded. Grab some gyoza and fried rice to start if you are really hungry.
  • Great spot to eat. Best dumplings in UES. Small hole in the wall & they don't take reservations. So expect to wait about 15+ minutes to be seated.

Nearby places

1538 3rd Ave (btwn 86th & 87th St)
1071 5th Ave (at E 89th St)