Ramen, Asian
$ $
545 Lorimer St (at Devoe St)
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 486-0200
6:00pm - 12:00am
6:00pm - 12:00am
6:00pm - 12:00am
6:00pm - 12:00am
6:00pm - 12:00am
11:30am - 12:00am
11:30am - 11:00pm


  • Tired of ALL the other ramen youve had in NYC? Try the apple noodle ramen with Brussels sprouts and pickled carrots.
  • Exactly what bburg needed. A brilliant ramen joint (the pork broth is amazing) w/some of the most excellent sushi I've had in nyc. The scallop sushi was so heavenly that we had a piece as dessert.
  • Excellent addition to the neighborhood. Great house tonkatsu ramen, sushi, decor. They open this Thursday!
  • New. Ambiance? Simple & chic with lots and lots of dark wood. Food? Roasted Salmon Ramen(Spicy Miso Dashi, Wakame (here it is -, scallion) tasty & perfect on a cold winter night
  • Yao Yao ramen is great
  • A cozy ramen / sushi spot in an area w/ not much competition in those categories. And they nail it. Go before 8pm. It'll get busy after that. Order the Yao Yao Ramen. And the warm sake. Duh.
  • Cozy and dark place that serves fun cocktails, sushi, and ramen. Try the tuna pok sushi, spicy crunchy tuna roll, YaoYao ramen, and chicken katsu rice bowl.
  • Really good fresh sushi (I tried the salmon & tuna poke). Yao Yao Ramen was bangin! Rich garlicky goodness!
  • Really interesting flavor palette for ramen. Almost coconut brothy. Chefs cooking background is influenced by Hawaiian food
  • The salmon ramen's broth is too fishy for my taste; YaoYao's is thicker, has a unique flavor. Nice noodles. Get the poached egg. There is matcha green tea not on the menu. Fish tacos were my fave.
  • For something different, try the salmon ramen with a side of sake - so good!
  • Sushi, taco, ramen and cocktails! Casual cool intimate vibe. Sushi is tasteful and affordable, cocktails are great. All menu items are done with care. I'm a regular.
  • Pretty eclectic mix - sushi, ramen & tacos! Small space, nice vibe tho. Good negronis. Tacos were decent, I'll be back to try the Ramen.
  • You're going to have the Yao Yao ramen. And don't pass up the poached egg!
  • We were here for the sushi and it's excellent. The five piece rolls might cause a challenge of you share, though.
  • Not as good as Chuko, but the Yaoyao ramen with an egg absolutely murders the Williamsburg ramen game.
  • Cold cucumber noodles on a hot day can't be beat
  • Best ramen ever and old school hip-hop jams!!!
  • The taco sampler was a great way to try all the tacos, but we learned soon that the pork was the best. Also the YaoYao ramen was delicious!
  • YaoYao ramen does not disappoint.

Nearby places

388 Union Ave (btwn Ainslie & Powers St)
289 Manhattan Ave (Devoe St)
382 Metropolitan Ave (btwn Havemeyer & Marcy)