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Bassanova Ramen
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Featured in the "KINFOLK MAGAZINE" Ceramic artist Ryota Aoki is coming for his exhibition in NYC.
In collaboration with Bassanova he will have a Party at Bassanova Ramen, 9/8(Sun)starting at 9pm.

Please join our party with luxury bowls in celebration of summer's end.

Free entrance.
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This Sunday, we are happy to host the celebration for the opening of Bassanova Ramen in NYC. There will be refreshments, live music and DJ. This will be a private event, so please RSVP! 
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This Sunday, we are happy to host the celebration for the opening of Bassanova Ramen in NYC. There will be refreshments, live music and DJ. This will be a private event, so please RSVP! 
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76 Mott St New York, NY 10013
76 Mott StreetUSNew YorkNew York10013
$Ramen Restaurant, Japanese Restaurant
Ramen Restaurant
Japanese Restaurant
Noodle Shop
Today 5:00 – 11:00 pm
Monday 5:00 – 11:00 pmTuesday 5:00 – 11:00 pmWednesday 5:00 – 11:00 pmThursday 5:00 – 11:00 pmFriday 5:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pm
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Once a bowl of BASSANOVA Ramen is set before you, you are to enjoy its creamy, rich, and solid "TONDAKU" deep pork bouillon soup. Our chef dedicates all his efforts for over 12 hours to make our original recipe soup from select premium pork and pork bones, simmered in the specially ordered giant stockpot. In Tokyo, we have cultivated our recipe in Setagaya, an area with a high concentration of ram
en shops. As a reward, we have received rave reviews from CNN to be ranked in the "Asia's Top-10 soup list", and the New York Times has acclaimed our recipe as the best ramen noodle. Also the renowned Japanese food website Tabelog has ranked us as the "#1 ramen for consecutive years". Come and fall in love with our Bassanova Tondaku ramen and the Tondaku Green Curry Ramen!

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Cash-only transplanted Tokyo outlet offering renowned Japanese noodle soups in spartan surroundings.- Google
"I've tried the 'Tondaku Wadashi Ramen' and 'Lemon & Black Pepper Tondaku Ramen."
"Their Tondaku Wadashi green curry ramen is all that and a bag of chips."
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Julie Xiao
2 months ago
I came here for dinner on a Friday night with a couple of friends. It was a really random place for a ramen shop in Chinatown. Also, it's in a basement so it's easy to miss. I ordered the green curry ramen and it was an interesting bowl of ramen. It's spicy and has a lot of curry flavor. There's not much broth but I liked the curry flavor so it didn't matter that much. The bowls are cute as well. I'll be back to try the other ramen bowls.
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Dave Hong
6 months ago
Bassanova makes the best damn bowl of ramen I've had anywhere. Their Tondaku Wadashi green curry ramen is all that and a bag of chips. Never thought I'd hear "ramen" and "green curry" in one breath. What a lovechild. Those familiar with southeast Asian cuisine will find the flavors in the Tonkotsu green curry broth familiar and comforting. Also in the mix is a medley of grilled Berkshire pork, shrimp, zucchini, okra, bell peppers, and coriander. And the noodles? Their texture is superb, yielding, and with bite ($15; cash only). You haven't had ramen like this. Service is tops, and they're one of the few ramen places that remember me, even with my un-even attendance.
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Ricc Sheridan
7 months ago
I have eaten @ Bossa Nova Ramen in Tokyo numerous times and i was very happy to see that a new Bossa Nova Ramen has been established in New York, i have eaten there several times now and each time was a superb dining experience,the Ramen was rich,hot and extremely flavorful, i will be taking a good friend there tonight.
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Leo O
11 months ago
Came here with a friend and I for dinner and we were quickly seated. Luckily there was no wait. We decided to sit at the bar area so we could see the entire cooking process. We tried the pork belly buns and I had the Tondaku Green Curry Ramen. First to discuss the Tondaku Green Curry Ramen. I absolutely loved the dish. All the ingredients worked well. Not only was the dish tasty, but I love the aromatics from the dish. Throughout my entire meal I could smell all the aromatics from the ingredients and that's what really made this dish for me. The broth was excellent. It didn't feel watered down and it seemed slightly viscous. There were lots of flavor in the broth. I did think that the soup had a little too much oil. I would recommend skimming the top layer of the broth just to decrease the oiliness. I don't think that by skimming the top would take away too much flavor from the broth. I do wish that the shrimp was a little bigger. They could use a higher grade shrimp :) I highly recommend this dish. The pork belly buns These were absolutely amazing! Probably the best I"ve head since being in NYC. Much better in terms of flavor and how it's cooked compare to Ippudo and Totto. They don't use the blow torch to cook the meat. They put it on the cast iron plate and "grill" it. In addition, from speaking to the cook, they marinate the pork belly for hours. Hence when they cook it, a lot of flavors are inherently within the meat. My only issue with the pork belly was the mayo. I felt like the pork belly had enough fat in it and the mayo kind of added to the "fattyness". I think they could have added something else to help cut the fat, for example a slice of cucumber. Other than that, I thought the pork belly bun was really good. The meat was tender, flavorful, and not dry. Not much thought was put into this similar dish at the other places. In addition, they were dry and not very flavorful at all. The decor of the place is fairly trendy. A place for hipsters. I think this place is a hidden gem in Chinatown for the curry ramen and pork belly buns. A friend has told me that their traditional tonkotsu broth isn't very good. The other places like Totto and Ippudo are better. I haven't tried their traditional ramen. Overall, I highly recommend this place for their curry ramen and this place is definitely a solid 3.75-4 star place.
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Xiangnong Wang
5 months ago
This shop has a great ambience and is my favorite bowl on non-traditional ramen. In particular, the green curry ramen is amazing. It has a delicious and deep flavored broth with excellent toppings and noodles. The pot stickers and the pork buns are equally flavorful. Finally, things like the bowls, the bar, and the tables add to the total experience.
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Rashmi Joishi
8 months ago
"Ramen place in Chinatown? Really?", is how I reacted the first time I saw this place only to conclude later that it's not half bad. I've tried the 'Tondaku Wadashi Ramen' and 'Lemon & Black Pepper Tondaku Ramen'. Both the ramens were great, except for that they had less broth ( or more noodles). Whatever the problem was, eventually you feel like you are broth-deprived! Wadashi ramen is a mix of pork bone and fish broth, but the flavour of the fish clearly overpowering. You'll like it if you'r a seafood lover though. Don't try the brussel sprouts here. It was extremely disappointing. Ambiance doesn't have any Chinatown influence. It's not the cleanest place either. Overall, go there just for trying out some piping hot ramen!
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Robert King
4 months ago
Really good service and atmosphere. Ramen is a bit over priced in a neighborhood full of good noodles.
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Heriberto Mendoza
3 months ago
Had A Great time with my son and family for his Birthday...would like to eat here again!