Totto Ramen

Row 1

248 E 52nd St (at 2nd Ave)
New York, NY 10022
(212) 421-0052
$ $
Mon–Fri: 11:45 AM–3:00 PM Sat: 1:00 PM–11:30 PM Sun: 4:30 PM–11:30 PM

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  • Short wait for Totto Ramen but cash only.
  • The ramen is great. But you better in finish it because there's no option to doggie bag it. Combined with cash only, they are really low on flexibility.
  • pork buns are great! so is the spicy miso ramen but the broth is a little thick because of the miso paste. I like that they give you the spicy sauce on the side so you can cater to your own taste.
  • The food comes out really quickly and the broth is always on point! They have vegetarian broth for vegetarians.
  • Gotta love the gooey center of the tamago and melt-in-your-mouth pork.
  • Vegetarian ramen is solid. Comes with avocado
  • Too much oil in ramen
  • Quick service and delicious noodles. Spicy miso ramen is definitely a winner. Will hit your ramen craving for sure.
  • Don't forget to check out the specials!
  • You can get spam musubis here
  • Work in the city? Prepare to wait about 30 to 40 minutes for a seat. Start with a pork bun, unbuckle your belt and annihilate a MEGA RAMEN. Be sure to warn your coworkers and the toilet prior though.
  • Just like the original but so much more space! I'd recommend the Paitan ramen with pork and a side of pork buns, yum!
  • Their spicy veggie ramen has one of the best vegetarian broths around (& I've tried a bunch).
  • Located below its sister, Hide-Chan, and both owned by Bobby Munekata, come here if you want chicken broth. Go upstairs for the pork broth.
  • This is the Broiled Char Siu Pork - house specialty pork broiled and placed over a bed of vegetables. There's enough to share for two.
  • New Totto Ramen Midtown E side location just opened 1 wk ago!
  • Always crowded not-traditional style ramen. I always order the extra spicy paitan.
  • Best broth in the city. If you would combine it with ippudo's noodles it would be a perfect!
  • It was good. Not the best in the area, but tasty and quick. Don't bother with the cocktails they're watery and bland.
  • Less of an ordeal than Ippudo. Cozy laid back vibe, often possible to just walk in and the ramen is great.