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This atmospheric East Village pan-Asian spot—think dark wood communal tables beneath a sake bottle chandelier—dishes out substantial bowls of ramen along with classic Japanese grilling. The tasty ramen dishes are available in half and full portions, so you'll have plenty of room to try many of the perfectly flavored variations, including miso, shoyu and beef.