Keika Ramen is a counter-service spot jammed into the alleyway between a police station and a doctor’s office in Forest Hills. It’s also the first NYC location of a renowned ramen restaurant chain from Japan. On a weekday, the bright yellow patio tables at Keika are the ideal place to dig into a top-notch bowl of tonkatsu ramen in the area. But you can also pick up a bowl full of their bouncy and soft ramen noodles soaked in creamy tonkatsu broth to take home for dinner.
Keika Ramen is permanently closed.
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