Just landed from Japan, we specialize in Iekei style ramen which is a mix of Tonkotsu from the West and Shoyu from the East. A modern take on ramen.
With locations in Hell’s Kitchen and the West Village, this American import of a Japan-based chain focuses on Iekei-style bowls, a tonkotsu/shoyu variety originally hailing from the city of Yokohama. Here, go for the E.A.K. shoyu, with a soup made from a broth blend that’s partly rich pork-based tonkotsu with chicken and soy-based shoyu added. Its noodles are short and thick, and the soup comes garnished with a seasoned egg, pork chashu, spinach, and nori.