Tag Archives: Nakamura

Every week, I document another dish that impressed and satiated me during my food adventures around New York City

NAKAMURA, 172 Delancey Street (between Clinton and Attorney Street), Lower East Side

I have been on somewhat of a ramen kick lately. And no, don’t worry, I’m not quite as poor as I was in college. The ramen I’m talking about has nothing to do with the packaged┬ádried noodles with a strange salty meat seasoning.

This is real deal ramen. And as seems to be the case every winter, New York is being bombarded with Japanese ramen-yas all over the city. Since the weather has mostly been frigid the last few months and I’m just now getting over an unpleasant cold, I’ve consumed my fair share of ramen noodles in hot soup.

One of the newest and most-praised establishments also happened to be my favorite of late. Nakamura is the work of a revered Japanese ramen chef who most recently had a stint at Ramen Lab earlier this year. With Nakamura, in the shadow of the Manhattan Bridge, he now has his first official New York restaurant. (more…)


Connect with me

Link to our Youtube Page
Link to our Facebook Page
Link to our Rss Page
Link to our Twitter Page

WATCH

LOCALS KNOW: BITES & SIGHTS FOOD TOUR in BUDAPEST AROUND THE WORLD IN ONE CITY: IRAN AROUND THE WORLD IN ONE CITY: PERU AROUND THE WORLD IN ONE CITY: GREECE
EMPIRE PLATES OF MINE A DAY IN THE LIFE
EAT THIS BOSTON: IN THE SOUP SOMETHING BORROWED, SOMETHING BREWED


DREAM A LITTLE CREAM CHEESE


BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINATOWN


ICE CREAM


KOSHER MEAT MARKET


PIZZA DAY


Instagram Feed