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Warm your soul in Midtown
Asian soul food in Midtown NYC to help you through the winter.
Oh, the weather outside is frightfully cold and a bowl full of ramen sounds delightful. We may not serve hot soup at our venue, but you can indulge at one of our neighboring restaurants after your meeting.
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If you’re a big ramen-goer, head on over to Tonchin New York and try their Tokyo-style ramen with their in-house hand-made noodles. They also have other signature dishes like Spicy Wings, Pan-Fried Gyozas, and Okonomiyaki.
If you’ve never tried hand-pulled noodles before, then you have to make your way to Xi’an Famous Foods, which I find is worth bracing the cold for. Located on West 45th Street between 5th Avenue and Avenues of Americas. They’re famous for their “biang biang” noodles, which are seared in hot oil, with spicy options sure to warm you up and put your mouth on fire. Also try their Spicy Cumin Lamb Burger.
A staff favorite and a short walk from TKP is the Main Noodle House located on 6th Avenue between 37th and 38th street. A go-to order here for us is their Udon Beef Noodle Soup, which is perfect for the cold winter days. If you’re not in a soup mood, they have other various warm dishes you can choose from.
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