Just a reminder to all ramen fans! Pork bone broth is "TONKOTSU", NOT "TONKATSU". TonkAtsu is breaded deep fried port cutlet, not pork bone broth!!
Hint: If a server says Tonkatsu Ramen at a restaurant, don't expect authentic ramen. Ton = Pork🐷, kotsu = Bone🍖

Thursday, December 21, 2017

Tonchin - Midtown West, NY 🇺🇸 屯ちん - ミッドタウンウエスト、ニューヨーク

Tonchin - Midtown West, NYC🇺🇸

屯ちん - ミッドタウンウエスト、ニューヨーク

12/20/2017 Update

I went back to Tonchin tonight to try the Smoked Dashi Ramen since I love fish based ramen. It was a pork and fish (smoked fish oil) soup with clams, half ajitama (marinated egg), mizuna (water greens), memma, and of course home made noodles. Pork broth is excellent, and the fish based ramen fans can enjoy the addition of smoked fish dashi and the clams. The soup was souperb! Souper! Noodles were good just like the last visit, cooked nice and excellent match with soup.

Now open 12 - 2:30pm and 5:30-10pm weekdays, 12 - 2:30pm and 5:30-9pm Sat & Sun.

屯ちん 魚豚はまぐりラーメン

Smoked Dashi Ramen


Serving Tokyo Tonkotsu Ramen. Ramen shop chain from Tokyo just opened (Nov 2017) in NYC. They prepare everything in-house, including their noodles. Soup is tonkotsu broth, creamy and smooth. Noodles are homemade medium wavy noodles. Toppings are thin sliced chashu, memma, nori, half ajitama, and scallion. They also have spicy tan tan, pork and smoked fish broth, and vegan ramens.
Interior is small but modern, long bar counter with tables in the back of the restaurant.
They just opened and have temporary business hours of 6pm - 9pm.
Price is high, for ramen and beer, but excellent quality ramen.

Ramen - Tokyo Tonkotsu Ramen
Location - Midtown West, NYC
Price - $16 and up
Visited - 11/17/2017
Return - Yes 

Tokyo Tonkotsu Ramen

Spicey Tan Tan

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