Ippudo

Ippudo

Restaurant servant des ramen et Restaurant japonais$$$$
East Village, New York
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  • Danith Y.
    Danith YongNovembre 13, 2013
    Les ramens sont délicieux (~15$). Happy hours de 17h à 19h : 1 pinte achetèe, 1 offerte. Attention au moins 1h d'attente !
  • Concert Ticket Agency
    Concert Ticket AgencySeptembre 26, 2012
    Headed to see a show at nearby Webster Hall, Mercury Lounge, or Irving Plaza? Hit up this place for crazy good ramen and out of this world pork buns.
  • Sam P.
    Sam PezzulloAoût 13, 2013
    Everything is delicious. Best Ramen noodles in NYC by far. Try the Akamaru Modern with Nitamago (soft boiled egg) and a side of Bakudan (spicy paste.) You'll be glad you did.
  • Ina L.
    Ina LiOctobre 11, 2015
    Make sure to try Maguro Tuna and pork buns for appetizer. Classic ramen has thick, rich soup; Modern is more fragrant and oily; Spicy one is wonderful is you could stand the heat!
  • Tricia
    TriciaAvril 12, 2016
    After a lively and surprising welcome from staff upon being seated, service is on point and ambiance energetic. Shishito peppers are a must with a sake cocktail to start. Veggie Ramen is outstanding!
  • Heather L.
    Heather LiJanvier 30, 2013
    A visité ce lieu plus de 10 fois
    My favorite ramen place in the east village! Eating here once will change your perception of ramen noodles from an essential part of every poor college student's diet to a fantastic, delicious meal!
  • Noah W.
    Noah WeissFévrier 3, 2011
    A visité ce lieu plus de 25 fois
    Get the akamaru modern if it's your first time -- by far the most popular. Otherwise, the spicy miso ramen at the bottom of the menu. And obviously, you need to the pork buns. Better than momofuku.
  • Akansha A.
    Akansha AgarwalDécembre 3, 2014
    Vegetarians- get the Wasabi Ramen (with a spiced egg and their homemade spicy paste if you like some heat). The mascarpone dessert is good, but I liked the macha creme brûlée much better
  • Gothamist
    GothamistOctobre 16, 2015
    For the fall season, they decided to try something unusual for NYC's ramen scene, debuting Atsumori Tsukemen, a dipping-style ramen that's not found at most ramen-yas on this side of the Pacific. En savoir plus
  • Dirissy D.
    Dirissy DoanNovembre 7, 2016
    Shishito peppers, Cucumber (with the sesame oil), ramen, and pork belly buns are extraordinarily AMAZING!!! I could've done without the lychee martini but it was good too...
  • Ashley R.
    Ashley RoseMai 18, 2016
    Start off with the speciality Brooklyn Brew- only available here. And feast on shishito peppers, melt in your mouth pork buns and Akamaru modern Ramen 🍜
  • Candace C.
    Candace ChangMai 7, 2013
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    I always forget how great the ramen is. And how full you are after since the broth is so rich. Love the Akamaru Modern with a poached egg. Most importantly, don't skimp out on the pork belly buns
  • Noora
    NooraAvril 27, 2014
    My first time having ramen, and I'm happy it was in here! Already the fried chicken buns would be worth the normal two-hour wait (arrived 5pm and were seated in 10mins). Ramen was fresh and tasty too!
  • Untapped Cities
    Untapped CitiesNovembre 4, 2014
    The franchise promotes themselves as a restaurant that 'transformed ramen into art.' Here in NYC, we are very fortunate to have two locations here: one in the East Village and one in Midtown.
  • What's Good Here
    What's Good HereAoût 6, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    This is the best ramen place in NYC. If you get there before noon, you can avoid the longer waits. For appetizers, go for the pork buns and the wings. The wings are finger licking good.
  • Cameron W.
    Cameron WylieJanvier 2, 2015
    The pork bun is a must have. The tonkotsu broth is sensational. The essence of pork is more present at Daikokuya in LA but the broth here is more nuanced. Hard to pick between them for best tonkotsu.
  • Time Out New York
    Time Out New YorkJuin 4, 2013
    Ippudo was brought to NYC by Shigemi Kawahara, who is known as "the Ramen King" in Japan; his rich, cloudy tonkotsu broths draw the longest lines the city's ramen-ya, and they're well worth the wait. En savoir plus
  • HealthyOut
    HealthyOutAvril 8, 2014
    Did you know that one little pork bun has over 420 calories and 25 grams of saturated fat? Pro-tip: try the equally delicious Hamachi Goma-Shoyu sashimi instead. Your body will totally thank you. En savoir plus
  • What's Good Here
    What's Good HereAoût 7, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    Get this. Akamaru Modern - silky "Tonkotsu" (pork) soup noodles topped w/ Ippudo's secret "Umami Dama" miso paste, pork chashu, cabbage, sesame kikurage mushrooms, scallions, & fragrant garlic oil
  • summer d.
    summer daidoneMars 29, 2015
    This is one of the best restaurants I've been to in New York. The service is amazing, the food is unlike anywhere else, and the atmosphere is fun and lively. You will not be disappointed.
  • Marc B.
    Marc BuonFévrier 8, 2014
    give ur name/# to hostess, go nearby to get a drink, buzztable app then tells u when u should come back. Order pork buns, Kirin draft, any ramen. Add kakuni and spicy paste. Rub tummy!
  • Kinjil M.
    Kinjil MathurJuillet 29, 2016
    vegetarian ramen is delicious and doesn't feel second rate at all. pro tip: as for the garlic crusher and sesame seed grinder.
  • Samantha M.
    Samantha MushnickFévrier 25, 2014
    Delicious. Best pork buns I've ever had. Pictures is the akamaru modern ramen. Also great. However, i like my ramen spicier so if I go back I would order a spicier ramen.
  • Munchies
    MunchiesMai 11, 2015
    The Akamaru Modern ramen is made with Tonkatsu pork broth and thin, wavy noodles. The broth is velvety, the noodles springy, and it's served with a secret, funky umami dama miso paste. En savoir plus
  • Leo S.
    Leo SumulongOctobre 16, 2014
    Definitely one of the best ramen joints in the city. Wait times can be longish, but stick it out. It's worth it. The pork buns are fantastic, and you can't go wrong with the Akamaru Modern ramen.
  • Shawn T.
    The spicy ramen is amazing. Be prepared to wait to be seated. Doesnt allow for reservations and is packed. You can put your name on the list and they will call you which allows you to do stuff around.
    A voté pour il y a Jun 1
  • What's Good Here
    What's Good HereAoût 7, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    This is the Yuki Guni special ramen. If it shows up as the ramen of the day, go get it for something different.
  • Dan F.
    Dan FetznerJuillet 2, 2015
    Great scene, great vibe. The Akamaru Modern Ramen was off the charts, as were the pork and shrimp buns. Don't take res but they have a cool bar up front for while you wait (and it's worth the wait)
  • Jastine K.
    Jastine KhoMai 30, 2016
    The service was amazing and the ambience was great. The ramen was good; however, I still prefer Toto ramen. Oh, be prepared to wait!
  • Ellie D.
    Ellie DSeptembre 22, 2015
    Yes, it's the crowd favorite & it's really good. Gotta give some love to the others first, but if you're a patient group or a hungry single eater you're in good shape to get a coveted bowl of Ippudo!
  • Salih Seckin S.
    Salih Seckin SevincNovembre 26, 2016
    I tried spicy ramen 🍜 with extra hot sauce Bakudan and loved it. Everyone is shouting Japanese words in here. The taste and the energy is great. Long wait times 👎🏼 They don't accept reservations.
  • Jwow
    JwowFévrier 27, 2015
    The Akamaru Modern ramen with egg and extra garlic oil will warm your spirit any day of the week! Put your name in and wander around the neighborhood while you wait.
  • Tarik H.
    Tarik HartJanvier 29, 2015
    Group of 4 and we ordered: Hirata Chicken, Hirata Pork Buns (2x), Umami Mekyabetsu (Brussel Sprouts), and then each got our Ramen (I got Akamaru Modern w/toppings). Perfect amount, amazing as always!
  • Elena H.
    Elena HatibAvril 25, 2016
    One of my favorite ramen spots. I love the Akamaro Modern with soft boiled egg and the pork buns are a must!
  • Caroline V.
    Caroline VinasJanvier 23, 2013
    Bomb food! Get there when it opens to put your name on the list. Usually about a 2-3 hour wait for dinner. But you can leave your number and go to a bar near by while you wait. Worth it. Promise.
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceAvril 14, 2015
    The Akamaru Modern is the most popular. Silky broth and aromatic garlic oil coats the super-thin, elastic noodles. Tender pork chasu, cabbage, sesame kikurage mushrooms, & scallions are placed atop.
  • cupkeyk
    cupkeykNovembre 7, 2014
    Akamaru Ramen with their special egg was awesome. One of the best authentic ramen restaurants in Japan now in other countries. I also like their tea and bean sprouts appetizer free on the table.
  • Dens
    DensMars 9
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    The "modern ramen" is great. Start off with some chicken wings if you're feeling extra healthy :)
    A voté pour il y a Jun 2
  • Lia M.
    Lia MartinezAoût 28, 2013
    If you see that the special for the day is the Wasabi Ramen, order it! If not, the Akamaru Modern is my favorite. Do not, whatever you do, neglect to order the green tea ice cream + cheese dessert.
  • Crystal G.
    Crystal GriffithJanvier 8, 2013
    Best Ramen in NYC the closest you can get to Tokyo without traveling 18 hours on a plane get the pork buns and spicy ramen with miso and pork and chicken. You will be in hog heaven.
  • Casey S.
    Casey SchoonoverNovembre 19, 2014
    Ohh hot savory brothy goodness!! My favorite traditional ramen place in the city. Broth is amazing with perfectly chewy noodles. Get the Akamura Modern w/ nitamago & takana and Pork bun appetizer.
  • Justine B.
    Justine BloomeNovembre 25, 2015
    Get the vegetarian ramen with wasabi. You can add meat if you like. But rest assured, the vegetarian broth beats all the other broths, Hands Down.
  • Abdulelah A.
    Abdulelah Al-GosaibiIl y a 3 jours
    If I could rate this place greater than 10/10 I would. Everything here is just amazing. Fried chilli peppers, spicy ramen, ichriraku ramen, and wagyu rolls.
  • Jonathan L.
    Jonathan LevyDécembre 20, 2016
    Asian cuisine is on a whole other level here in New York and Ippudo confirms it either it's steamed buns or okonomiyaki and ramen 🍜 everything is awesome 👌🏻! Hats off 😜
  • Tim F.
    Tim FaustiniAoût 7, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 10 fois
    The pork buns here are fantastic! There are often seasonal ramen flavors that are pretty cool. My go to is the Akamaru Modern. Good happy hour deals if you find yourself waiting at the bar.
  • Sam B.
    Sam BrownFévrier 22, 2015
    A visité ce lieu plus de 10 fois
    Level up your ramen with the pulled pork chashu topping (Shigureni). It comes on the side, but fire that deliciousness straight in on arrival!
  • Alex R.
    Alex RobertsonJanvier 11
    somehow not quite my style--it felt like there was a certain thinness of flavor to the noodles. but you get to hear a white guy shout Japanese every time there's a new customer; pork buns delicious.
    A voté pour il y a May 29
  • Cathy 🐳
    Cathy 🐳Mars 19, 2013
    The spicy ramen here is overwhelming, not in a good way. I recommend getting the pork bun and eel over rice. Totto Ramen has the best spicy ramen in NYC - it's a longer wait, but worth it.
  • Brooke S.
    Brooke SugovicMai 8, 2013
    My first ramen experience & I ordered Amakura per everyone's raving reviews. It was great, but would have to say if you like spicy food go with Karaka ramen on the menu. Also, pork buns a must!
  • Drew F.
    Drew FreyAvril 11, 2013
    Get here before 6:00 and you'll have a chance to sit down before 7:00. Try the Akamura Bowl and for Christ sake, get an order of the Pork Buns.
  • Dr. P.
    Dr. PloinkyAoût 9, 2014
    Amazing pork or chicken buns. Deliciously simple fresh Japanese cucumber app. I could eat both every day. You're treated with kindness and respect every time. No reservations so be prepared to wait.
  • diana🦑
    diana🦑Il y a 2 semaines
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    i always order pork buns and the vegetarian (vegan?) wasabi shoyu ramen, the noodles are much thicker than the ones in the tonkutsu, and bamboo is included!
  • Francisca T.
    Francisca TanMars 26, 2013
    It is really worth the wait; the hype about this place is legit!!!!!! Trust me these pork buns are friggin amazing. I only wish I can eat them everyday!
  • Time Out New York
    Time Out New YorkJuin 4, 2013
    This Japanese ramen chain is always packed with New Yorkers and Nippon natives who queue up (often for hours) for the simple pleasure of a bowl of noodles like the Shigemi Kawahara or Akamaru. En savoir plus
  • Matt V.
    Matt ValerioJuin 10, 2013
    The pork buns are amazing. As is the Akamaru Modern ramen. NOTE: definitely go on an empty stomach and be prepared to consume all that you order. They don't allow you to take your food to go.
  • Katherine M.
    Katherine M.Juin 5, 2014
    I won't be joining the Ippudo cult, but do concede that the pork in my bowl of ramen was the best I've had yet, and the pork buns were better than Momofuku Ssam's. Come alone to avoid waiting forever.
  • Jen L.
    Jen L. 👓Juin 25, 2013
    Still the best. Worth the ludicrous wait. (Just pop around the corner for a drink at Black & White.) Warning: don't over-do it on starters bc you cannot take home items you're unable to eat!
  • Grace L.
    Grace LeeSeptembre 18, 2016
    Obvi pork buns. The ramen def lives up to the hype. Go by yourself! You'll get seated so much faster, and you should be eating the ramen quickly anyway, so you won't even have time for conversation.
  • Alex R.
    Alex RainertDécembre 11, 2013
    A visité ce lieu plus de 10 fois
    This place is a gem if you're in the neighborhood and want a quick delicious meal for one. While there's always a line outside, if you're solo they'll almost always get you in immediately.
  • Monica T.
    Monica TanuwidjajaSeptembre 4, 2012
    The wait is worth the time: went back for the 5th time and still the best IMO. Try the wasabi soyu ramen (vegan): really nice! The soup is not pork broth, just clear soup but very nice.
  • Jhocef M.
    Jhocef MadioJanvier 3, 2014
    The pork bun is a must try and the Akamaru modern ramen is to die for! Their pork bun is better than momofoku based on my unbiased palate
  • Auds B.
    Auds BallOctobre 11, 2011
    Akamaru Modern and Karaka Miso Ramen (Spicy) are BOTH delicious! The pork buns are tasty too. As for the wait to get in be prepared to wait an hour or more, maybe go to a bar near by in the mean time.
  • Stan B.
    Stan BashmashnikovJanvier 3, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    One of the top 5 Ramen spots in the city. You will wait 1-2hrs during the evening dinner rush. But it'll be absolutely worth it. Make sure to try the pork buns, too.
  • Ilona K.
    Ilona KirnosOctobre 7, 2013
    Great ramen. Love the BBQ ramen (special) and the pork buns. The green tea creme Brûlée is good if you like desserts that aren't too sweet.
  • J L.
    J LAoût 13, 2014
    If one can stand the 1 hr plus wait while eating the delicious pork buns, the ramen is good. However, the wait time diminishes the tastiness of the ramen. Other quality ramen shops around the area.
  • Alp O.
    Alp OzcelikMai 11, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 10 fois
    Wasabi shoyu ramen is my fave! Be sure to get nitamago in it! (Also, mix well; the wasabi oil floats to the top.) definitely get the pork buns as well: best in the city!
  • Jan R.
    Jan RoessnerAvril 27, 2015
    Wow... an amazing experience and taste-wise beyond anything I've had before in NYC. A dream location for every Ramen fan!
  • The New York Times
    The New York TimesFévrier 23, 2011
    You have to wait for a table, but then: hot ramen, porky and rich, with dumplings on the side, cold beer. One of the city’s best meals.
  • Grace Z.
    Grace ZhangJanvier 16, 2014
    Akamaru is the best and most popular ramen. Veggie buns are absolutely delicious and I prefer them over pork buns. Ika Isobe (fried squid) and Samurai ribs are my favorite appetizers.
  • Vanessa Y.
    Vanessa YyDécembre 12, 2014
    Ramen! Cute appetizers too! We had the fried octopus and fried king oyster mushroom (called Tako & Eringi Karaage) raw baby octopus (Tako Wasabi)
  • BuzzFeed
    BuzzFeedJuin 13
    This bun is one of the top three best things I have ever had. The eggplant and eringi mushrooms are fried until super crispy and tossed in Ippudo's house spicy buns sauce En savoir plus
  • Gal A.
    Gal AmirMars 22, 2015
    Just awesome! Worth the wait.. You can stop by and let the host know you want a table.. They'll text you before it's ready, so you can walk around.. Everything on the menu was great!
  • Mashka
    MashkaDécembre 10, 2014
    Everyone raves about the Akamaru (on the left), but in comparison to the full of flavor Karaka Men (on right), it might as well just be mushroom soup
  • Alex C.
    Alex CasariegoAoût 25, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    Dat ramen. Brooklyn makes a beer for Ippudo that's incredible. And of course the pork buns.
  • Ruby A.
    Ruby AnayaFévrier 7, 2015
    A visité ce lieu plus de 50 fois
    Shishito peppers, pork buns, Karakamen spicy ramen. I have tried almost every item on the menu, these make me happy every time. My favorite ramen in the city (so far)!
  • Erick M.
    Erick McKessonAvril 14, 2013
    Waited 2.5 hours on Sat night - but they call you when ready, so we loaded up at McSorley's. Ippudo has the most amazing pork bun in the world....arguably the most delicious thing I have ever eaten!
  • What's Good Here
    What's Good HereAoût 7, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    Two appetizers to get: the wings and this, Hirata Buns - steamed buns filled with roast pork, served with Ippudo's original spicy buns sauce
  • The Corcoran Group
    The Corcoran GroupOctobre 8, 2010
    Be prepared to wait as they don’t take reservations. Start with the pork buns and the peppers. Then try the Akamaru Modern with a bottle of Yebisu. Your mind will be blown.
  • Gillian B.
    Gillian BenAryFévrier 23, 2016
    Best. Ramen. Ever. Lots of other places try but they are just not as good. Astor Place, and a new location just opened on Upper West. For downtown location prepare to wait for hour(s)
  • Roxanne P.
    Roxanne PogueAvril 7, 2012
    Super fun place. Get there early for lunch and dinner or you'll have anywhere from a 15 minute wait to a 2 hour wait. Staff are friendly, quick and efficient. Ramen as pretty good too.
  • Jade B.
    Jade Bailey-AssamNovembre 29, 2013
    Amazing spicy karaka ramen! Great service and ambiance. One drawback is that they do not allow to go service. Tip: you can get in almost immediately if you're dining solo.
  • Eduardo W.
    Eduardo WhittOctobre 19, 2013
    My first time and as avid ramen questor I think im going to cry on hpw good the ramen here is, try the first two ramens on the menu and dont forget the pork buns, foodgasm
  • Diego S.
    Diego SartoriMars 5, 2016
    Amazing ramen, leave some soup and order extra noodles, it comes quickly!!
  • Mari
    MariJuin 24, 2012
    Hirata Pork Buns, Akamaru Ramen and the daily special ramen are amazing. Definitely better than Momofuku. Went twice around 12:15/12:30 on a weekday & didn't have to wait for a 2-top.
  • Kevin V.
    Kevin VMars 26
    Classic and all-time favorite ramen spot since I moved to NYC 10 years ago. Come early if you want to be seated within an hour. Eat/drink at the bar as you wait.
  • Kindall H.
    Kindall HAoût 17, 2016
    Delicious sides and unbeatably authentic ramen. Saw many Japanese people here, which is always a good sign. Will be coming back again!
  • Mullica Z.
    Mullica ZudsiriAoût 3, 2016
    It really is worth the hype. Definitely get pork and veg buns. For an extra $2 they will give you more noodles if you have broth left! A++ service. Also a big space that's good for larger groups.
  • Ryan S.
    Ryan SarverAoût 25, 2014
    Best ramen in the US. Don't be afraid to go solo as you can almost always sit down right away at the counter
  • Kar T.
    Kar TorresOctobre 12, 2015
    2nd favorite NYC ramen spot. This place has better pork buns than Totto, but Totto's ramen is better. The spicy Tonkatsu ramen is pretty good; expect thin noodles.
  • Ofra O.
    Ofra OfritaJuillet 8, 2015
    Loved the "modern" ramen. If you get the regular, make sure to add the suggested pulled pork; it gives the ramen its flavor. Pork buns were inconsistent - one great, the other dry.
  • Jing Jing L.
    Jing Jing LiJanvier 5, 2015
    The Karaka Men is a must if you like your ramen a little spicy. Come on the weekends before 1pm while the rest of New York is at brunch for shorter wait times under 15 min.
  • Brian T.
    Brian TorpeyJuillet 24, 2013
    Order 4 sets of pork buns and then ask for Mel, twice. A person names Bo will come out and escort you to the basement. Go to the corner of the room and pull out a red brick. There you will find a map
  • Ms H.
    Ms HeleneAoût 8, 2013
    Don't overlook their appetizers. Special: Shrimp and tomato salad ($10) and the Agedashi tofu and eggplant ($10) were both some of the best I've had in a Japanese place!
  • Christopher T.
    Christopher TaiAvril 10, 2011
    This place has the best ramen around in the city, but with quality brings a lot of folks. Come prepared to wait in line, but the food is worth the wait! Order the pork bone ramen with the fried chicke
  • Ajit V.
    Ajit VergheseJanvier 13, 2012
    RS says: Try the Shiromaru Hakata Classic: "pork bone broth highly emulsified, noodles slightly firmer than most and thinner, and pickled ginger is an important component of the flavor package."
  • Brian P.
    Brian ParkOctobre 10, 2015
    Hirata Buns are incredibly fluffy and the pork has great texture and flavor. Akamaru Modern with poached egg is the go-to but the other ramens are almost just as good.
  • Eater
    EaterJanvier 11, 2012
    Noodle fans line up daily at 5 PM to get a table at this East Village Japanese restaurant before the real crowds form, because the ramen is just that good. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Alejandro D.
    Alejandro DezagNovembre 15, 2014
    Since the welcoming reaction when you come in and the food (ramen and pork buns) out of this world. Come by without hungry, you'll have to wait at least 2 hours.
  • Mama M.
    Mama MiaSeptembre 29, 2014
    Hands down the best ramen in NYC. Guess that's why it's nearly a 10! And the appetizers are even more amazing.
    A voté pour il y a Il y a 3 semaines
  • lindai s.
    lindai schwarzJanvier 24, 2015
    Try the tuna tartar as appetizer and green tea crème brûlée as dessert! Can't go wrong with the ramen dishes as main. I did like the vegetarian one a lot.
  • Matt H.
    Matt HantzJuin 18, 2012
    A visité ce lieu plus de 10 fois
    Although the signature ramen is awesome, my favorite two dishes are the Hirata Buns, which rival those at Momofuko, and the Yamitsuki Goma Kyuri, cucumber in an amazing sesame sauce.
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