Ramen Hood is a vegan ramen sensation that’s made its way to New York via Los Angeles.
In 2015, the original Ramen Hood location opened in Downtown L.A., bringing approachable and delicious vegan options to Californians. In partnership with Chefs Club Counter, the restaurant has now opened a concept, pop up location for the winter months in NYC.
Chef Ilan Hall of Ramen Hood explained in a statement, “Chefs Club Counter has given us an incredible opportunity to share the ramen that we’ve been making for the past three years in LA. Our broth is incredibly rich and overflowing with umami. I’m excited for New Yorkers to experience a 100% plant-based noodle shop that will rival our meaty competitors in richness and crave-ability.”
Ramen Hood will be offering it’s signature umami-filled Sunflower Seed Broth in Classic and Spicy versions served with King Oyster Mushrooms, Bean Sprouts, Scallions, Chili Threads, and Nori.
The ramen dishes are rounded out with 100% vegan runny egg yolks and noodles. Sides include Banh Mi Poutine, Ahi “tuna” beets, and Soy Chili Glazed Broccoli. Other standout dishes from the Los Angeles location, will be available on the menu as well.
The pop up restaurant is located at the corner of Spring and Lafayette in New York City, and will be open through January 19.
Hours: 11 am to 10 pm.