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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED May Chan Ramen & Robatayaki

119 Second Ave. (E. 7th St.) Send to Phone
212-982-4285
Chic Japanese restaurant in the East Village.

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Open
Lunch & Dinner daily
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  • Dress code: Casual

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED May Chan Ramen & Robatayaki Restaurant Review

: This small but sleek high-ceilinged restaurant ambitiously tries to cover several aspects of Japanese cuisine---ramen, yakitori and robatayaki---and largely succeeds. The extensive ramen selection is highlighted by the miso ramen with intense flavor that suggest hours-long cooking. We also recommend the signature ramen, spicy and laced with seafood. Steak and chicken skewers may please the meat lover, but are a tad bland. The braised pork “burger,” which comes in an Asian-style dim sum bun and topped with crispy radicchio, is unique and satisfying. Likewise, the small-portioned and sticky sweet potato noodles with beef will make you long for more.
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