Mr. Taka Ramen

170 Allen St, New York, NY 10002 Order now
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Serving Japanese Food


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1 review
Great service, delicious food.


2 reviews
Love the veggie ramen!!!


4 reviews
Best ramen in manhattan


2 reviews

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Top Reviewer
this is my #1 favorite ramen spot in all of Manhattan, can't say enough good things about the food or the service or the delivery.

best pork belly at any ramen spot i have been to yet, also.


Top Reviewer
Amazing ramen. Love that its an option on seamless now since its tough to find a table most nights! Spicy miso is my favorite and the pork buns are good too.


Top Reviewer
Not my go to just because my go to is fantastic but a great alternative when I'm looking for something different. Broth was very good


Top Reviewer
A lil pricey but definitely one of the best vegetarian ramen I have ever had !!!! Delicious and authentic


4 reviews
Always so good and they follow directions win modifications. Yummmmm. Great especially for veggies

About us

Asian, Dinner, Japanese, Lunch, Lunch Specials, Noodles, Vegetarian
Delivery: 12:00 PM - 10:40 PM
Takeout: 12:00 PM - 10:40 PM

Hailing from Japan, Chef Takatoshi's story started in college when he met Takayuki. Upon realizing his studies did not lead to his dream of becoming a ramen chef, he dropped out of college and began traveling all throughout Japan sampling and tasting the different kinds of ramen offered. He worked at three different ramen restaurants as the chief chef , before opening his very first ramen restaurant called Bigiya in 29, located in Tokyo, Japan. Takatoshi is very selective about every single ingredient he uses, perhaps due to his strong sense of care and responsibility. Bigiya was eventually listed on Michelin Tokyo in 215. It was the first year for Michelin Tokyo to list ramen restaurants, out of the 5 ramen restaurants in tokyo, Bigiya was listed as one of the top 22 ramen restaurants. A true honor and accomplishment for any chef. The two Taka's reunited and decided that New York was the best place to bring true japanese ramen cuisine.