Where: 84 East 10th Street (between 3rd and 4th ave)
  • They specialize in tonkotsu ramen, a style that seems to be ubiquitous in NYC (maybe Americans have a leaning towards really greasy foods?)
  • You can choose how fatty you want your broth to be, and the type of noodle (thin and straight vs. thick and curly)
  • For something that’s considered a street food, it’s quite pricey– the cheapest bowl is $13
  • Despite the lack of choices and price point, it’s one of the better bowls of ramen I’ve had. I wouldn’t be dissuaded by the fact that it’s not a dive, and that it’s part of a chain (a Japanese chain, but a chain nonetheless)