Noodle Bar at brushstroke


30 Hudson Street

Monday – Saturday : 5:30pm-10:30pm
Lunch on Fridays and Saturdays (from 11:30am to 2:45pm)
Walk-in Only

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Noodle Bar at brushstroke

30 Hudson Street
Monday – Saturday : 5:30pm-10:30pm
Lunch on Fridays and Saturdays (from 11:30am to 2:45pm)

The Noodle Bar’s 14 seats are available to walk-in guests.

Noodle Bar Menu

野菜 Vegetables

黒枝豆
Black Edamame
Yuzu Salt
4

大根サラダ
Daikon Salad
Sudachi and Sesame Sauce
4

餃子 Gyoza

宮崎和牛ガーリック
Miyazaki Wagyu Garlic
Wa-karashi, Chiri-Pinzu Sauce (3pieces)
5

ホタテ きのこ
Scallop Mushroom
Lemon Butter Sansho pepper Sauce (3pieces)
5

ポケ升寿司 Poke Masu Sushi

タスマニアン鱒 いくら
Tasmanian Trout Ikura
Shiso Nori Sesame Soy Sauce
6

マグロ アボカド
Maguro Avocado
Chive Wasabi
6

-麺 Noodles-

ブラッシュストローク とんこつラーメン
Brushstroke Tonkotsu Ramen
Pork Chashu, Nitamago, Kikurage
Kyushu-Style 4-Day Boiled Pork Soup
17

鴨ネギ 7種合わせ味噌 まぜラーメン
Duck Original 7 Miso Maze Ramen
Duck Chashu, Sansho-Miso, Ginger, Garlic, Chive
17

醤油バターコーン ラーメン
Roasted Sweet Corn Butter Soy Sauce Ramen
Konbu Dashi, Korean Chill threads, Hacch0-Miso Powder
15

イベリコハムとムール貝 蕎麦
Jamon Iberico Mussels Soba
Shrimp Lobster Dashi Soup
15

ロブスター 豆乳きし麺うどん
Maine Lobster Kishimen Udon
Scallion, Lemon Zest, Shrimp-Infused Soymilk White Miso Soup
26

刺身 きし麺うどん
Sashimi Kishimen Udon (cold)
Toro, Uni, Botan-ebi, Ikura, Wild Buri, Ikejime Black Fish, Quail Egg
Wari-Dashi Soy Sauce
57

TRIBECA’S FIRST RAMEN SPEAKEASY OPEN AT BRUSHSTROKE

THE NOODLE BAR AT BRUSHSTROKE WILL FEATURE RAMEN BY KAISEKI CHEF YAMADA & TONKOTSU SOUP MASTER NODA 

Manhattan, NY, December 18th, 2017 — The Brushstroke leadership team announces the opening of The Noodle Bar at Brushstroke – Tribeca’s first ramen speakeasy – located within Brushstroke restaurant at 30 Hudson Street.

The walk-in-only noodle bar, for foodies ‘in the know’, is located behind a glass and black metal partition on the southern tip of Brushstroke restaurant. The space was designed by Tokyo design firm Super Potato and its founder and lead designer Takashi Sugimoto. It features walls made of 25,000 paperback books, food culture dioramas by Daichi Sato – a student of the Musashino Art University – and only 14 seats, available on a first come, first served basis.

Brushstroke Kaiseki Chef Yamada and Tonkotsu Soup Master Noda are co-collaborators on the cuisine, inspired by the Fukuoka area of Kyushu – the Japanese prefecture in which both chefs grew up.

The menu highlights Brushstroke’s signature Tonkotsu Ramen with Pork Chashu, Nitamago and Kikurage, for which the culinary team spends four days making the rich, creamy ramen broth. Offerings also include Duck Original 7 Miso Ramen with Duck Chashu, Sansho-Miso, and One-Day Boiled Duck Soup and Kishimen Udon Noodles from Nagoya served with Brushstroke’s fresh, premium Toro, Uni, Botan-ebi, Ikura, Wild Buri, and Ikejime Black Fish. Soba Noodles also appear on the select menu and are served with Jamón Ibérico, Cherry Clams, and Chive.

The Noodle Bar at Brushstroke is open

Monday – Saturday : 5:30pm-10:30pm

Ramen in the full-service space ranges from $14-$17 (not inclusive of tax and gratuity). The Noodle Bar’s 14 seats are available to walk-in guests exclusively.

For more information, please contact Stephane Dorian or Atsuko Kidaka at 212-791-3771.

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