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Ippudo

212-388-0088  •  $$
ADDRESS: 65 4th Ave, (bet 9th and 10th Sts), New York, NY 10003

CUISINE: Noodle House, Late-Night Dining, Japanese, Brasserie

FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

DETAILS
Beyond an array of ramen noodle dishes, dinner specialties at Ippudo include samurai rib, avocado and tofu tartare, and grilled black cod marinted with saikyo miso.
Full bar. Serving lunch and dinner daily. Late-night Fri-Sat. From the restaurant's website:
"Ippudo's home of Kyushu is where the authentic hakata tonkotsu (pork bone soup) ramen was born and is what we are, while creating unique appetizer dishes that complement our ramen. We embraced the inheritance of the old Japanese noodle shop culture of enjoying sake, fish and finishing off with noodles, interpreting it in our own modern way."

"This sleek outpost of a Japanese ramen chain is packed mostly with Nippon natives who queue up for a taste of 'Ramen King' Shigemi Kawahara's tonkotsu - a pork-based broth. The house special, Akamaru Modern, is a smooth, buttery soup topped with scallions, cabbage, a slice of roasted pork and pleasantly elastic noodles."
Time Out New York

The New York Times: * (good); Critics' Pick
New York magazine: Critics' Pick
Zagat 2015: 25 food rating (very good to excellent)
Time Out New York: Critics' Pick
The Village Voice: Recommended

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Beyond an array of ramen noodle dishes, dinner specialties at Ippudo include samurai rib, avocado and tofu tartare, and grilled black cod marinted with saikyo miso.
 
From the restaurant's website:
"Ippudo's home of Kyushu is where the authentic hakata tonkotsu (pork bone soup) ramen was born and is what we are, while creating unique appetizer dishes that complement our ramen. We embraced the inheritance of the old Japanese noodle shop culture of enjoying sake, fish and finishing off with noodles, interpreting it in our own modern way."

"This sleek outpost of a Japanese ramen chain is packed mostly with Nippon natives who queue up for a taste of 'Ramen King' Shigemi Kawahara's tonkotsu - a pork-based broth. The house special, Akamaru Modern, is a smooth, buttery soup topped with scallions, cabbage, a slice of roasted pork and pleasantly elastic noodles."
Time Out New York

The New York Times: * (good); Critics' Pick
New York magazine: Critics' Pick
Zagat 2015: 25 food rating (very good to excellent)
Time Out New York: Critics' Pick
The Village Voice: Recommended
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving lunch and dinner daily. Late-night Fri-Sat.

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