New York City nabs three spots on Alan Richman's annual list.
It'll start serving sometime this summer.
The ramen museum mascot is really using his noodle.
Noodles, sour beer, and more are coming to Brooklyn.
It's got salted chiles and Sichuan peppercorns.
It took just a few hours to move 700 burgers.
The chef is also a movie star in China, but no big deal.
Because it's too cold for you to eat a slice on a stoop.
Oodles of noodles — and one all-beef patty.
No noodles, please — we're British.
Brooding brodo and fermented turnips ahoy!
The ramen burger is only the beginning ...
The shop's green curry ramen is a big deal at the original Setagaya Ward shop.
He can't be bought or sold, and he may compare your product to "dirt and urine."
A ramen apprentice turned chef is opening this summer.
It arrives in the West Village early next month with a rave review from Pulitzer Prize-winning L.A. food writer Jonathan Gold.
More dinners, more noodles.
Yes, ramen "ravioli."