First Ramen and Friends dinner since baby Cormac. We went to Hide-Chan Ramen in Midtown. I got the Mega Ton (extra noodle, extra thick char siu, a lot vegetables $15). They weren’t kidding. It was a mega ton of food. I barely made a dent even with a little help from my friends. There is a lot of vegetables/cabbage though. I really had to dig around for the noodles.

Richard mistakenly got someone else’s Hakata Grilled Pork Toro Ramen (cheek meat marinated with brown sugar and soy sauce $12) and I’m glad he did because I got to try it. The meat was so good.

Chicken wings were just okay.

Hide-Chan Ramen – 248 E 52nd St (btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave) New York 10022
Ramen and Friends’ cross post

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  1. Kimberly

    Oh man, I came here in July, regretting that I didn’t order a ramen bowl of theirs with 2x pork in it (at the time, I only saw it on lunch menu, not dinner). But this… This looks like the ultimate meat-lover, ramen-lover bowl! I AM SO EXCITED TO NOMNOM THIS DOWN. Thanks for the post.

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    • Kimberly

      I went to Hide-Chan Ramen last night, prepared to take on the mega ton ramen after skipping lunch. Turns out, they don’t serve it up anymore as of Sept/Oct. ULTIMATE DEVASTATION.

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