TopFive Best Ramen in NYC

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Here’s a list of the best ramen in NYC because we could all use a piping hot bowl of soup to help us thaw out from #Blizzard2016. While we all wish the storm fell on a weekday so we could have taken a Snow Day, the least we can do is treat ourselves and shuffle on over to one of these Japanese Ramen spots.

We could have just written a post about our (TopFive’s) favorite Ramen spots in NYC, but who the heck are we? Instead we wanted to know the TopFive absolute best ramen in NYC, based on YOUR FAVORITES. Over 200 of you have voted (and if you have not yet voted, we suggest you fill out our Foodie Interview ASAP to cast your votes for our upcoming food categories like TopFive sushi, TopFive pizza, TopFive ice cream etc) and here are the results:


Best Ramen in NYC

  1. Ippudo– Let us just say, that this spot won by a LANDSLIDE. If you are even considering eating the best ramen in NYC, Ippudo is a no-brainer. This warm, flavorful bowl of perfection is well worth the wait for a table. And don’t even get us started on the pork buns.

  2. Momofuko Noodle Bar– Despite waiting in line out the door for 60min+, you can count on this spot to serve up a flavorful bowl of ramen complete with perfectly poached eggs afloat.

  3. Totto Ramen– This hole in the wall spot serves up their ramen in chicken broth base which is unique as most of its counterparts, like Ippudo, use pork broth. Good to know: it’s cash only.

  4. Ivan Ramen– This self described “Jewish Kid from Long Island” moved to Japan and surprised everyone by opening two successful ramen shops before heading back home to New York to bring his talents back to all you hungry people.

  5. Hide-Chan Ramen– This place is like the Chipotle of Ramen. You can customize your order by selecting the toppings you want an even specifying the firmness of the noodles.

    Honorable Mention

  6. Tabata Ramen


If you were one of those people who has already submitted your vote, thanks for sharing your favorite ramen with us!

If you know a ramen spot that you think is better than the ones on our list, cast your vote below.

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