Japanese

Totto Ramen

Those who have been to Totto Ramen will agree with the following statement: the differentiated menu has not changed much since 2010 but really, this ramen is delicious. Ever-so-satisfying spicy and non-spicy options show the development of Japan’s greatest comfort food. Even a meat lover should try the colorful and unique vegetable ramen. Throw in the Avo Tuna appetizer, consistently lightly torched, fresh tuna with garlic, creamy avocado and tangy citrus flavor. Japanese fusion flavor. Heavy eaters who need that little extra to be sated should settle for more ramen than any of the rice side dishes (like any of the mayo don). Stuffy as it is an alley-like and otherworldly lunch-hour Japanese joint, Totto Ramen is probably my favorite ramen restaurant in NYC for parties of two to four. Try not to slurp too messily.

The hole in the wall feel is alleviated and made awesome by the chefs. The first time I went to Totto, one of the Japanese chefs was singing old pop and rock songs from the '60s. .

The hole in the wall feel is alleviated and made awesome by the chefs. The first time I went to Totto, one of the Japanese chefs was singing old pop and rock songs from the ’60s. .

Totto Ramen: 366 West 52nd Street, New York NY 10019

+ (212) 582-0052