Nishida Sho-ten has added another special ramen to their long list of menu. It’s the “Shio Ramen with Broccoli Blossoms”. Many would cringe at the thought of broccoli but this dish put the green veggies in the limelight. This is a new way of looking at broccoli and there is no turning back. How many […]
Are you one of mavericks looking for food adventure way past midnight? Nishida Sho-ten is a go-to place for Japanese cuisine fix. In a city that never sleeps, it is hard to get a great meal after 12mn. A typical scenario is finishing work late and hungry stomach growling. You want some good food and […]
The memories of winter chill includes flavorful ramen broth and its filling noodles. This is certainly the best comfort food during those months. Now, the summer sun has risen and certainly this dish will not get lost in the picture. In fact it has level up. Cold Ramen is ideal and refreshing dish for the […]
Summer has made its long-awaited return to New York! Nishida Shoten has begun its hiyashi chuka (chilled cold noodles). In Japan, one of the things that is strongly associated with the summer season is the well renowned hiyashi chuka. Nishida Shoten’s hiyashi chuka will cool you down and leave you feeling refreshed!
Delicious omelettes are not limited to French restaurants! The teppan omelettes at Nishida Sho-ten looks quite ordinary, but the inside of the omelettes are fluffy and gooey and extraordinarily delicious. Makes one forget to order ramen.
OKONOMIYAKI is one of popular menu that conceals Japanese style Teppan(hot plate) cuisine.
We hope you finished snow shoveling for your house without any problem. So it is time to get hot ramen at Nishida Sho-ten now ! We are not close today, we are open as usual !
This dish is served with a really spicy soup that uses the chiken soup as a base. This spicy ramen is made from an exquisite balance of Chinese cuisine’s tan tan noodles and ramen. For the toppings, the soup and noodles are accompanied with seasoned ground meat, bean sprouts, spring onion, bok choy, and finally, […]
Made from carefully cooked square pork slices and tonkotsu (pork bone) soup, this is our simple, yet genuine tonkotsu ramen. Toppings are also kept very simple. Bok choy (Chinese vegetable), boiled egg, and a little bit of onion all help to draw out the flavor of the ramen. Above all, our square pork slices are […]