TOKYO TONKOTSU RAMEN

Tonchin specializes in Tokyo tonkotsu ramen and nambutekkiyakki, a unique style of Japanese cuisine named for the 17th century-style nambu tekki iron griddle in which it is prepared and served. The New York outpost maintains close ties to its Tokyo roots, as evidenced by its emphasis on Tokyo-style tonkotsu broth and house-made Tokyo-style noodles, while also treading new ground with a wide assortment of sake, shochu and cocktails and an array of nambutekkiyakki dishes, dumplings and kaarage. Tonchin’s New York’s culinary program is executed by Chef Masaru Tada of Tokyo’s Le Lien, and, in contrast to many modern ramen shops and izakayas, uses only house-made noodles of the highest quality. 

 
 
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TOKYO TONKOTSU RAMEN
homemade noodles, tokyo tonkotsu broth, roasted pork, egg, scallion, menma, seaweed

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SMOKED DASHI RAMEN
homemade noodles, tokyo tonkotsu broth, egg, smoked fish oil, clams, mizuna leaf, tobiko

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SPICY TAN TAN RAMEN
homemade noodles, tokyo tonkotsu broth, roasted pork, egg, scallion, menma, crushed nuts, miso, chilli pepper

MISO GINGER RAMEN
homemade vegan noodles, vegan tonchin miso, soy meat, menma, cabbage, bean sprouts, shredded red pepper

TOKYO IZAKAYA

TOKYO “KAKI-GORI” SHAVED ICE 

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TOKYO STRAWBERRY MILK SHAVED ICE
fresh strawberry, tonchin honey cream sauce, mint

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DELICIOUS MANGO MILK SHAVED ICE
fresh mango, tonchin honey cream sauce, mint

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CERIMONIAL GRADE MATCHA MILK SHAVED ICE
matcha, tonchin honey cream sauce, red bean paste

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PARLOR COFFEE MILK SHAVED ICE
coffee, tonchin honey cream sauce, vanilla ice cream

 

OUR STORY 

Tonchin New York is a Japanese restaurant serving elevated yet approachable dekitate fare, meaning everything on the menu is freshly prepared in-house with thoughtful attention to even the most subtle details. The restaurant blends classic Japanese culinary traditions with an innovative, ingredient-driven menu, warm hospitality and clean design to deliver a contemporary and engaging izakaya dining experience. 

Tonchin New York was founded in November 2017 by Anan Sugeno, sons of Katsuhiro Sugeno, who opened the first Tonchin restaurant in Tokyo in 1992. Tonchin serves an assortment of Tokyo-style ramens in 16 locations across Japan, Taiwan and Shanghai, and the Sugeno family own and operate another 70+ restaurants throughout Asia.

CONTACT

TONCHIN NEW YORK
13 W 36th Street
New York City, NY 10018
646.692.9912

OPEN HOURS:
MON - FRI: Lunch 11:30 - 2:30PM
Dinner 5:30 - 10PM
SAT: All Day 12PM - 10PM
SUN: All Day 12PM - 9PM

PRIVATE EVENT INQUIRIES:
info@foodexny.com

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RESERVATION

We take reservations for parties of 10 or more through the phone: 646.692.9912