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Checking out the ramen scene–there’s no stopping the craze

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RAMEN Nagi interiors

How much can one really say about ramen? As it turns out, a lot: There are people like David Chang, impresario and owner of Momofuku, who are obsessed with it. Ippudo, probably the most famous brand in the ramen franchise world, has been drawing crowds in the East Village since it opened, and is soon to open in Manila. There was a movie about it, “Tampopo,” in 1985.

Posted: February 6th, 2014 in Editor's Pick,Food,Headlines | Read More »

For a better ramen experience, leave your manners at the door


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I’ve driven alone as far as Mindoro and back, sleeping in the car aboard a boat that also had a truck of noisy pigs screeching for their lives beside me. So I understand how, like the drivers in the avant-garde Japanese foodie movie “Tampopo,” you can be so tired and hungry that you can consume an entire bowl of ramen.

Posted: January 17th, 2013 in Columns,Food | Read More »

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