Jin Ramen

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Tucked away under the roar of the 1 train, an affordable ramen-ya grows in Morningside Heights.

3183 Broadway, New York, NY, 10027



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The lowdown

Cocooned by the metalwork of the 125th Street station, Jin Ramen — which claims the famous ramen-yas of Hakata as its chief influence — feels like an uptown hideaway. Its expansive menu covers the four principle styles of ramen — miso, shio, shoyu, and tonkotsu — plus kakuni, green-coconut Thai curry, kimchee, and vegetable. All are cooked from scratch; the best are the miso and tonkotsu.

What you need to know

Recommended DishesSpicy tonkotsu, miso ramen.

DrinksSake/Soju, Beer & Wine Only

Noise LevelCivilized