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Privy 5 New York Japanese Noodles

On a cold New York night, nothing hits the spot better than a bowl of steaming hot and delicious ramen or udon. When you're craving Japanese Noodles like nobody's business, it's time to check out one of these top 5 Japanese Noodles restaurants in NYC.

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  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: East Village

    Cuisine: Japanese, Japanese Soba/Udon

    163 First Avenue (between 10th and 11th) New York City NY 10003
    +1 212 475 7899
    This first avenue critics pick encompasses more than just Japanese noodles, the genre is Asian: Southeast, Chinese, Japanese, Sushi and Korean; you may even find a soup├žon of French skill. ┬áMomofuku Noodle Bar is a hot-spot as all Momo's are, with a notable chef (David Chang). Ramen broth here is long simmered with chicken legs (70lbs), slabs of succulent Berkshire pork shoulder and fatty belly, r ... read more >
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    Neighborhood: East Village

    Cuisine: Japanese, Japanese Soba/Udon

    229 East 9th Street (Between Second and Third avenues) New York City NY 10003
    +1 212 533 6966
    Udon noodles and buckwheat soba are enjoyed hot and cold in Japan for both flavor and nutritional value. Soba-Ya brings udon noodles with shrimp and vegetable tempura (Nabeyaki) to the NYC East Village and with this, a venerable tradition. The menu is impressive, as is the choice of regional sake and friendly wait-staff will help you with choice. Authentic Japanese standards complete the menu with ... read more >
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    Neighborhood: East Village

    Cuisine: Japanese

    65 4th Ave (between 2nd Ave & 8th St) New York NY 10003
    (212) 388-0088
    Ippudo is a Japanese chain and the NY store is its maiden American opening. This is not a slurp and run noodle joint, it is however bustling, surprisingly modern and a large group of dining rooms. The hand-made ramen is the touted draw card, and these can be seen being made in a downstairs, windowed preparation room. While the ramen is good, the appetizers are great and I am not a great noodle fan ... read more >
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    Neighborhood: Midtown

    Cuisine: Japanese Soba/Udon

    150 E 46th St (between Lexington Ave & 3rd Ave) New York NY 10017
    (212) 922-9677
    You will find oodles of Japanese noodles and curries at Udon West, good broths and subtle udon flavors, as well as virtually anything on the menu where east meets west. Shrimp tempura, pork tonkatsu with Japanese curry, and Nabeyaki the udon dish all went down well. Order the Nabeyaki and this comes with fish cake, vegetables, pork meat, a poached egg and two tempura shrimp, plus patrons may enjoy ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: Tribeca

    Cuisine: Asian Fusion/Pan-Asian, Japanese, Japanese Ramen, Japanese Soba/Udon

    241 Church St (between Leonard St & Worth St) New York NY 10013
    (212) 925-0202
    Matsugen may be Jean-Georges Japanese attempt to correct his haute-Chinese failure, but this is not supposed to be a restaurant, it is supposed to be a noodle/sushi/shabu-shabu bar with a nice selection of sake. The kitchen is operated by three noodle maestro's the brothers Matsushita, and the specialty is soba. This is made fresh every day in three different varieties, coarse, medium husk, and no ... read more >

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