Totto isn’t the best ramen in the city, but it’ll do the trick when you get that ramen craving that hits you roughly four times a week between November and March. The noodles are thin, the broth is chicken-based, and the spicy paitan with sesame oil is always a good call. There’s a small menu of decent appetizers too, but you’re coming to this casual spot with anime murals on the wall for the noodles.
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Myung Dong 1st Ave
The first thing you’ll notice at Myung Dong in Allston is the K-Pop videos playing on a loop. The second thing you’ll notice is the good Korean menu.
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Ebisuya Japanese Noodle House
Ebisuya is a ramen spot in Malden that’s the sister spot to Ebisuya Japanese Market in Medford.
Tsurumen is a ramen place in Davis Square that you have to get to quickly, because it’s only going to be open for 1,000 days.
Brooklyn Ramen is a ramen spot inside of the Maruichi grocery store in Brookline, with unique wagyu ramen.
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