Naruto Ramen

Row 1

1596 3rd Ave (at 90th St)
New York, NY 10128
(212) 289-7803
Ramen, Noodles
$ $
Mon–Sun: Noon–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • 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!
  • Naruto has a type of miso ramen that most NYC joints don't have: butter corn miso ramen, offered in three levels of spiciness. Stir the butter into the broth right away for a thick, creamy texture.
  • 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
  • Upsettingly, they no longer deliver. It's a shame because the ramen is quite good and the small bar is often crowded. Grab some gyoza and fried rice to start if you are really hungry.

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