Tsuta Ramen

The world’s first Michelin-starred ramen eatery is opening a New York outpost in Dumbo.

Tsuta, a nine-seat ramen-ya opened in Tokyo in 2012 and is one of the best-known in the city, drawing legions of fans from near and far. In 2016, the accolades included a Michelin star prompting Chef Yuki Onishi to open up outposts across Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Taiwan and their first stateside location in downtown San Francisco. 

Choose from three different types of ramen - made on site with a blend of whole wheat and grain flours: shio, miso or the signature shoyu soba and made with a chicken and seafood stock featuring clams and also an indulgent black truffle sauce - Ramen toppings include chashu (Japanese braised pork belly), leeks, green olives and bean sprouts. 

Signature Dishes

Onishi’s signature soy-sauce based shoyu broth made with clam shells and dashi topped with black truffle oil; the salt-based shio broth served with white truffle oil; and the miso broth with porcini mushroom oil and sides such as ro-su chashu, a roasted pork dish served with a butter sauce, and fried chicken served with Japanese mayo.