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137 Bar & Grill
3379 Broadway
917-507-0480
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Geisha Sushi
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3468 Broadway
+1-212-862-7800
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Jin Ramen
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3183 Broadway
New York, NY
646 559 2862
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When that hankering for ramen hits you (and you know it will) you won’t have to go all the way downtown to satisfy it. Just head over to 125th street to this Hakata style spot for pungent pork broth noodles. Vegetarian? Low sodium? They have you covered too.

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Little Bamboo
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175 Lenox Ave
New York
646 682 9526

The Harlem outpost of the St. Maarten original, this industrial, rustic space on the corner of 119th street brings Caribbean inspired sushi to lower Lenox Avenue. The changing jewel colored lighting will lure you in like the raw fish they serve at the newly installed sushi bar. No time to sit? Step into the fast casual space for rolls, poke and rice bowls.

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Mamasushi
3569 Broadway
New York, NY
212 567 2450
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Tokyo meets Santo Domingo without the need of a plane, boat or an MTA train, for that matter, at this fusion sushi joint. Yes you can get miso soup, edamame and spicy tuna rolls. However you are not living unless you try one of the inventive house rolls that include ingredients like bacalao, yucca fries and plantains. “Salud” and “kanpai”!

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Mia Sushi & Steakhouse
1506 St. Nicholas Ave
New York, NY
646 669 9416
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Think of it as Japanese surf and turf. Traditional and not so traditional sushi and entrees meet American fare and a wicked selection of meats including filet mignon, ribeye, veal and pork. There is a li’l something for everyone here!

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Rai Rai Ken
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1467 Amsterdam Avenue
917-639-3342

Rai Rai Ken is one of the first ramen shops in New York City, inspired by the roadside ramen shop and masterful noodle-making in the 1985 film “Tampopo.” We focus on Tokyo-style shitamachi ramen, with flavors that take you down the alleys and streets of old school downtown Tokyo. We strive to make ramen that you can eat everyday; light and clean broth, MSG-free ingredients made from scratch, and noodle dough that complements each savory slurp.

Our first location in 2000 was where Hi Collar now resides, since then we’ve moved to 218 East 10th St and opened another shop in Harlem for ramen lovers uptown.

Just like how one judges a good ice cream shop from their Vanilla scoop, you could judge a good ramen shop from their Shoyu & Shio ramen. Rai Rai Ken began with Shoyu (soy sauce broth) and Shio (sea salt broth) ramen. These two types of ramen are some of the hardest to perfect, because they are ramen in its purest form. While most ramen broths add lots of extra elements to make it taste good, Shoyu and Shio have the least ingredients in their broth, the bold flavor speaks for itself. We continue to proudly serve Shoyu & Shio today as an example of our attention to details and love of simple ramen.

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ROKC
3452 Broadway
New York
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This subterranean low‐key spot on Broadway is serving an authentic moment from the East, when Japan opened to the world, with a contemporary touch of the West. You will want to get there as close to their everyday 5pm opening time, no reservations, first‐come‐first‐served basis petite space. If not, hand‐picked East Coast oysters and raw bar, regional and seasonal ramen, little bites and a wicked cocktail program will have you impatiently waiting for your moment.

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Sushi Inoue
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381 Lenox Ave
New York
646 766 0555
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Sushi master, Chef Shinichi Inoue, heads this Michelin‐starred, omakase‐forward sushi moment in Harlem. With the literal translation “trust me”, omakase is for the true sushi lovers, adventurous eaters and non‐control freaks. Chef Inoue and staff will take you through multiple courses of the freshest fish and ingredients. Get the full omakase experience at the bar ($275pp) and watch the master work!

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Yummy Thai
4959 Broadway
Washington Heights
917 529 0812
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Ok, so the name might be a little leading, but it does pique your interest when the need for pad thai and a Thai iced tea strikes. Stop in or give them a call for delivery to make your determination.

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