Totto Ramen, Hell’s Kitchen , NYC

Totto Ramen, Hell’s Kitchen , NYC

 

 

Totto Ramen on Urbanspoon

 

 

Food: ☆☆☆☆

Service: ☆☆☆

Ambiance: ☆☆

Cost: $

Must try: Paitan ramen, Totto extreme spicy ramen

 

Totto Ramen reminds me of typical Ramen-ya’s in Japan, which serve up some seriously delicious noodles.

This cash only, narrow noodle house seats less than 30 people at a time and gets extremely crowded. The waits can be really long, so the trick it to come early or very late. If you are not there when they call your name – you go back to the bottom of the list – no exceptions!!

The specialty at Totto Ramen is paitan ramen, which is made from a chicken based broth versus the tonkotsu (pork) broth, which is served at Ippudo. They also serve a miso and shoyu (soy-sauce) based broth, which were both really delicious too.

Though the East Village is known to serve some of the best Ramen in the city, I think that Totto Ramen shines just as much. It provides a great midtown option for those craving some seriously good soup!

 

Here is some of what we ate:

 

 

AVO-TUNA

SEAWEED SALAD

 

TOTTO CHICKEN PAITAN RAMEN

 

VEGETABLE RAMEN

 

TOTTO MISO RAMEN WITH PORK

TOTTO EXTREME SPICY RAMEN

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  • SilverTowerSuites

    We can vouch for Totto Ramen being delicious – and we love that it is so close-by here in Hell’s Kitchen. We haven’t had the veggie ramen though — it looks SO GOOD! And we see you have pictured the extreme spicey ramen — how does it stack up?

  • malinihoriuchi

    It is amazing isn’t it. They veggie one is completely different front he spicy one as the broths are different . The veggie one has a lighter, clear broth which is very flavorful whilst the spicy one has a heavier more robust broth. Try both!!!!