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The Best Spots for Noodles in New York City

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Sometimes you don't have to go very far to experience the wide world: in this case, the wide world of Asian noodles. Perhaps you live in New York, and want a taste of Xi'an or Tokyo. Or perhaps New York is on your fall travel list. Either way, slurp it up.
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81 St Marks Pl, New York, NY 10003, USA
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Food is a highly subjective love, of course, but my vote for the best bowl of Asian noodles in New York City goes to Xi'an Famous Foods. Most of their locations are small—you will likely wait, and in the summer it won't feel worth it. However,...
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65 4th Ave, New York, NY 10003, USA
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The melodious invitations of “irasshaimase” (“welcome”) from all the staff at Ippudo NY as I walked into the restaurant quickly transported me back to Japan although I must admit it seemed to me slightly dissonant, almost...
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Momofuko Noodle Bar is the creation of the sometimes controversial Korean chef David Chang. This restauranteur has taken hold of several blocks in the East Village where you'll find a handful of his enterprises including the noodle bar and milk...
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218 E 10th St, New York, NY 10003, USA
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Every Ramen shop in NYC has something different to offer. If they all offered the same Ramen it wouldn’t be interesting at all. Rai Rai Ken excels in the broth department. They have a particular seafood based broth that is very flavorful, and not...
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25 Clinton St, New York, NY 10002, USA
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New York Times critic pick Ivan Ramen 25 Clinton Street (Stanton Street), Lower East Side; 646-678-3859; ivanramen.com ATMOSPHERE Lively but relaxed, with more elbow room at the counter and the tables than you might expect. SERVICE Often...
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811 8th Ave, New York, NY 10019, USA
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Although the ramen at this Midtown West spot isn't the traditional Japanese soup we're familiar with, Kung Fu Little Steamed Buns Ramen's brothy noodles are a delight. Chef Peter Song—who's a famous actor in China—hand-pulls the noodles in view of...