A sampling of New York's top noodles.
Slurp tonkotsu while you salsa.
Screw the chashu, this thing is topped with Taylor ham.
New Yorkers will get to try all kinds of new, regional ramen.
Get ready to slurp tonkotsu in the privacy of your own partitioned seating, for real this time.
Your favorite flavor was probably involved.
How about some fried, foie-stuffed chicken wings?
Customers reported wait times of up to 45 minutes.
They're serving forty kinds of shio, miso, tonkotsu, and shoyu overall.
Just in time for the brisk fall season.
Smookler and his wife will open the restaurant this fall.
This is great news for fans of Yuji Haraguchi's inventive noodle dishes.
Also, the most adorable ramen corndogs you've ever seen are now being made on the LES.
It's also got jerk pork-belly slices.
There's slurping that needs to be done on Clinton Street.