New York City Restaurants

Chuko

  • 552 Vanderbilt Ave. Map It
  • Prospect Heights
  • Japanese

Published 09/11/2016

Fodor's Review

Whether it’s because of the miniscule size of the restaurant or the habit-forming flavors of the noodle bowls, there's always a crowd outside this ramen storefront. Since opening in 2011 as an offshoot of Manhattan’s Morimoto, Chuko has become a Prospect Heights institution with a small, reliably tasty menu—the signature ramen comes in a simple selection of broths and toppings. The Brooklyn flagship has since spawned Bar Chuko, a block away, which has a wider selection of izakaya small plates—Japanese bar food like yakitori skewers and clams with XO sauce. Wander over there if the mothership is mobbed or to enjoy a shochu cocktail while you wait.

Restaurant Information

Address:

552 Vanderbilt Ave., at Dean St., Brooklyn, New York, 11238, USA

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Phone:

718-576–6701

Website: www.barchuko.com

Published 09/11/2016

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