Canal Street Market has been open as a sort of high-end craft fair selling expensive candlesticks for the past few months, and now they have an adjacent food hall with vendors including Nom Wah, Uma Temakeria, Davey’s Ice Cream (that one’s going to be dangerous), and a couple others. We like the Korean BBQ spot called Oppa and the smoothie and boba tea bars up front, and we were excited to see that there’s a ramen place called Kuro-Obi, that’s run by Ippudo. The chicken-based ramens are good, but the pork buns, which we love at Ippudo, were overly doughy and disappointing. Still, this a great daytime lunch addition to the Soho/Tribeca/Chinatown area.
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