Appetizers 前菜

Lightly salted boiled soybeans.

Kyuuri Kimuchi
Spicy pickled cucumbers.

Vegetable spring rolls. (4pcs)

Agedashi Tofu
Deep fried tofu with dashi sauce.

Spicy pickled cabbage.

Iidako Kara Age
Crispy baby octopus.

Seared pork dumplings. (6pcs)

Steamed shrimp dumplings. (4pcs)

Karage Ponzu
Fried chicken with red onions and grated radish in ponzu sauce.

Wasabi Shumai
Steamed wasabi pork dumplings. (4pcs)

Kaki Fry
Crispy breaded oysters with spicy mayonnaise.

Roast pork or chicken.

Rice Dishes ご飯

Fried Rice
Roast Chicken or Pork, eggs, scallions and onions.

Shrimp Fried Rice
Shrimp with eggs, scallions, onions and oyster sauce.

Miso Niku Don
Sauteed Chicken or Pork, onions and scallions with miso sauce over rice.

Sutamina Don
Sauteed Chicken or Pork, leeks, scallions and onions with spicy garlic sauce over rice.

Katsu Curry
Breaded Chicken or Pork cutlet with curry sauce over rice.

Gyuu Don
Beef bowl with onions over rice.

Ramen Noodles ラーメン

Tabata Ramen
Soybean powder and coconut milk based soup topped with mild spiced chicken stew, cilantro and red onions.

Shoyu Ramen
Soy sauce flavored noodle soup. (Roast chicken or Pork with bean sprouts, bamboo shoots and scallions)

Shio Ramen
Salt flavored noodle soup. (Roast Chicken or Pork with bean sprouts, bamboo shoots and scallions)

Miso Ramen
Miso flavored noodle soup. (Roast Chicken or Pork with cabbage, bean sprouts carrots and scallions)

Tan Tan Men
Sesame flavored noodle soup. (Mild spiced ground pork with scallions)

Dark Men
Black sesame based noodle soup. (Mild spiced ground pork with scallions)

Ebi Rame
Shrimp chop suey on salt flavored noodle soup. (Shrimp, napa, carrots shitake mushrooms and scallions)

Seafood Ramen
Seafood and vegetables in rich pork bone broth noodle soup. (Napa, carrots, shitake mushrooms, bean sprouts, shrimp, fishcakes and squid)

Sutamina Ramen
Spicy miso and soy sauce flavored noodle soup. (Pork or Chicken with leeks, scallions, garlic paste and raw egg)

Garlic Noodle
Deep fried garlic on salt flavored dry noodles. (Roast Chicken or Pork, fried garlic, scallions and salt flavored soup in the side)

Tonkotsu Ramen
Pork bone and chicken bone broth noodle soup. (Roast pork, bean sprouts, scallions and flavored boiled egg)

Lava Men
Spicy pork bone and chicken bone broth noodle soup. (Roast Chicken or Pork with bean sprouts, scallions and flavored boiled egg)

Geki Kara Ramen
Literally “hellishly” spicy salt flavored noodle soup. (Roast Chicken or Pork with bean sprouts, flavored boiled egg and scallions)

Toppings トッピング

Butter, Scallions, Bean Sprouts, Corn, Seaweed, Flavored Boiled Egg, Kimuchi, Bamboo Shoots, Extra Noodles, Extra Pork, Extra Chicken, Shrimp.



Picking up or having it delivered? We make it easy to order online!

Where It All Began

As soon as you step into a Tabata restaurant, you’re guaranteed an authentic Japanese ramen experience. The chef and owner is Maung Htein Linn and comes from Burma, a country whose varied curries and cuisine are more similar to Thai and Indian cooking than to Japanese. Born in 1967 in Yangon and working 11 years in Japan, Maung Htein Linn brought his expertise in Japanese cuisine to New York City and opened up his first restaurant in 2011. The name “Tabata” comes from Japan and is one of the train stations of a loop line that circles around Tokyo.

“Many customers in my restaurants here are Japanese because they like the non altered authentic Japanese taste.”

With more locations coming soon, Tabata is one of the best ramen places in New York City and should not be missed.

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Contact Us

If you love ramen noodles, give us a shout out on social media or by filling out the form to the right. We love to hear from our fans, food critics, bloggers, media reporters and potential employees. Please allow up to 24hrs for a response back as we are usually busy during the day taking care of our restaurant customers. All to go or pick up orders can be done over the phone or at popular online ordering sites such as Seemless or GrubHub.

We have 2 locations here in New York and are actively looking to expand in the coming years. If you have not visited us yet, what are you waiting for? Let us treat you to the perfect ramen dish!

Phone: 212-290-7691
Resturant Hours: 11:30am – 10:30pm

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