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There are two Tabata Noodle ramen ya's in the city, but only one you most definitely want to hit up. We're talking about the Tabata behind the Port Authority bus terminal. The chef and owner, Maung Htein Linn, is from Burma and moved to Tokyo after college, where he worked in a ramen ya for years learning the art of broths and noodles. His signature dish, Tabata Ramen, showcases his Burmese heritage with a broth consisting of coconut milk topped with mild spiced chicken stew, cilantro, and red onions.

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Tabata Noodle Restaurant

Tabata Noodle Restaurant

There are two Tabata Noodle ramen ya's in the city, but only one you most definitely want to hit up. We're talking about the Tabata behind the Port Authority bus terminal. The chef and owner, Maung Htein Linn, is from Burma and moved to Tokyo after college, where he worked in a ramen ya for years learning the art of broths and noodles. His signature dish, Tabata Ramen, showcases his Burmese heritage with a broth consisting of coconut milk topped with mild spiced chicken stew, cilantro, and red onions.