Naruto Ramen only has about 12 seats in a narrow space on 5th Avenue, and it’s almost always crowded, so keep it in mind for takeout when you want big portions of ramen for $10. They also have appetizers, like takoyaki (fried octopus balls), and if they’re offering the side of spicy french fries, definitely get them.
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