Totto Ramen: Hell's Kitchen, NYC

This is actually their second location and it was a lot emptier, maybe because people did not know that it existed? I'm not sure. It only took us 5 minutes to get seated at around 6:30 pm on a weekday.

This was my first time eating at Totto Ramen and I still have to say that I still like Jin Ramen a lot more! The soup based was not as salty as Ippudo but I felt that it was not salty enough. I did have the spicy oil on the side and it did taste better after putting it into the broth, but if you can't handle the spice, I wouldn't try doing that!

Their fried chicken on the other hand was super salty and it was really hard to finish it. It was either the sauce or breading on the chicken that was the problem. I don't recommend this! I don't know if it was just a fluke but I wouldn't give it a try again at this location. It was as if I had put in a whole spoonful of salt in my mouth.

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