Yuji Ramen

Ramen, Noodles
150 Ainslie St
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(646) 262-1358
Monday
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Tuesday
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Wednesday
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Thursday
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Friday
6:00pm - 11:00pm
Sunday
6:00pm - 10:00pm

Tips

  • The Ankimo Miso Ramen features noodles which swim in a creamy monkfish liver broth with torched squid and bitter dandelion greens. Kind of weird, but it tastes like you're eating the ocean.
  • The bacon and egg is so good I literally ordered another one right after the first...get it!
  • More fish- and seafood-centric than many other ramen shops; portions are pricy but small, make sure to slurp your noodles quickly and order the kaedama (side of noodles) to really fill up.
  • They specialize in seafood ramen. The ramen is so interesting and flavorful.
  • Excellent. The ramen is great but the mazemen is phenomenal, ask waiter for rec of the day and obey unequivocally. Worth the wait, get a drink nearby at Bushwick Country Club.
  • Ask for the pork broth!
  • Great fish-based ramen, and specialty mazemen (ramen without broth). Serves traditional Japanese breakfast in the morning (as Okonomi).
  • literally 12 seats. ramen is pretty seafood based fishy and the broth-less ramen is fugeo. probably better ramen is this lit city but the spot is one of a kind
  • I normally prefer pork or chicken broth, but I have to say the tunakatsu was delicious; rich tasty broth and charred tuna belly ftw! Get extra noodles because the bowl isn't all that large or filling
  • Bacon and egg mazemen topped with uni get it.
  • Experimentei o Ankimo Miso Ramen que vem com pedaos de polvo e o caldo meio apimentado, no espere os ramens tradicionais neste restaurante, mas se quiser comer um ramen diferente aqui o lugar!
  • Gratuity included! The ramen broth here is great and heavily seafood based. You can get some really interesting flavors and ingredients. I had monkfish liver in my rich broth and it was super tasty!
  • Had the ramen with mussels. Heard that portions here are small so I got extra noodles and an egg--was pretty filling. Overall, a nice dining experience. Good service, good food, and a cute set-up.
  • Awesome ramen. Some of the best I've had in the hood.
  • Had the tuna shoyu ramen. Was simple, delicious and refined - I really loved this place!
  • The sashimi specials and, in particular, the monkfish ramen are an absolute badass.
  • TimeOut #3 Ramen: "Bowls include calling-card bacon-and-egg mazemen or daily-changing shoyu, or sit at the four-stool counter overlooking the open kitchen for a reservations-only ramen tasting menu."
  • They specialize in fish based ramen which makes for light soup bases that won't make your eyes glaze over when you down it. Great flavors and friendly staff.
  • Best Japanese/Ramen in New York. Very authentic.
  • Salmon mazeman is bomb

Nearby places

388 Union Ave (btwn Ainslie & Powers St)
609 Grand St (btwn Leonard & Lorimer St)
382 Metropolitan Ave (btwn Havemeyer & Marcy)