Walk ins are always welcome.
Always amazing food and the friendliest service - One of our absolute favorite places in LIC!
Had anothing amazing meal at Mu! Tried the tonkansu Black and was very impressed!
Ramen is probably the best on the East Coast
Service food was great. Friendly environment and quick service. Had the appetizers clams and dinner the Tonkotsu Soup - was awesome!!! Highly recommend this place
For us, this was a moment we had anticipated for a long time. The eponymous Mu bowl is something to behold and after such a long wait, I was more satisfied than I could imagine.
Appetizers order prior were edamame, Katz's pastrami and rice, and the lobster. All fantastic
Don’t love the no substitutions, especially asking for no scallions, which should be easy to do.
Such phenomenal flavors! If you have a chance to try the original Mu Ramen, don’t pass it up!!!
Back once again at one of my favorite places for another amazing tasty meal!
Yes. The ramen are to die for at Mu. However, do not overlook the delicious burger known as The Harlan. The appetizers are amazing, especially the new Lobster Xo Ochzauke - the lemongrass tea used for the dish is just ridiculously good.
Best burger in NYC!
Harlan Burger is Awesome! best Burger Ever!
My husband says the burger is the best he’s ever eaten. Everything delicious. 1000% recommend.
Great food in a quiet and humble location. The service was great and the dishes innovative. Overall a great experience
Love eating here. Everything is delicious and also unique!
The food and service was excellent. The waitress gave us great detail on some of the highlights of the menu. My girlfriend and I had the Tebasaki Gyoza which was unbelievable, I've never had a chicken wing stuffed w/foie gras and brioche. I was pleasantly surprised to say the least. I had the Tonkotsu ramen and my gf had the Spicy Miso. Both were excellent, my favorite will always be the Spicy Miso. The food is a bit pricey but you definitely get what you pay for.
Attentive, knowledgeable service and the most authentic ramen in NYC. Small menu, but still has lots of good options.
Back for another amazing meal at Mu! This time I had the chicken ramen and my friend and I split the steak. Chicken ramen was perfection! The truffle plays very well with the rest of the dish. The steak was perfectly cooked and came with the kimchi fried rice which is a must get!
Quality of food at Mu is far above what their prices indicate. Everything on the menu is delicious.
Mu Ramen is top five ramen places in the city. Though it seems like they've changed a number of tried and true recipes?
Moved to LIC 2 months ago and this is my favorite spot in town! Working in the industry having 1 night off a week you find spots that make you happy.. this is my spot. The second you walk in the door your greeted with a smile and open arms. Heidi paired my meal with sake to start with the Tebasaki gyoza (deep fried chicken wings stuffed with foie gras and brioche) and red wine to compliment the new steak ssäm dish on the menu that comes with the kimchi fried rice. Joshua is a talented chef and I recommend anyone in the area to stop by and enjoy! My fiancé and I enjoy our Almost weekly meal here! Ps the harlan burger and the spicy miso ramen is out of this world
Small cozy restaurant with an open kitchen. Delicious food and amazing atmosphere.
Everything was outstanding. The lobster appetizer was incredible, and the ramen is the best we’ve had in NYC
Great serving and really fine food offerings
Loved the new items on the menu — U&I is always a favorite but the kimchi fried rice and edamame were delicious as well. The chicken shio ramen with truffle was amazing.
It’s always amazing. We come here often and it’s always consistent and delicious. Hits the spot every time!! We love the spicy miso ramen. Mu is my favorite in NYC!
Food not up to usual standards
Slowly working my way through the whole menu. To this day have yet to have anything I didn’t LOVE. Highly recommend the U&I, Gyoza chicken wings, and Caviar if they still have it!
The duck broth ramen is incredible. Also the best burger I’ve ever had. The edamame is simple but delicious. The staff knows how to treat their customers. Great experience.
Tokotsu ramen was good, love the melty pork. Tebasaki was great. Didn't try other things on the menu because they're way expensive.
my favorite ramen spot in long island city, I would play better music to really put those Bowers & Wilkins to work.
Amazing food in a funky setting and a very warm generous service 💙
Great restaurant, my son loves the ramen here!
Burger is amazing! Perfect to share or take solo if you’re up to it. recommend the edamame to pair as a light snack.
i love this ramen. it is my favorite ramen in the whole city. However, i do miss their signature Mu Ramen dearly and hope they bring it back soon!
Heard raging reviews about the ramen at this spot. It was okay, not the best ramen i’ve had in New York City and also very small portions. The music level was way too noisy and I couldn’t even hear my girlfriend speak to me at some points during our dinner. Prices at this restaurant is also a little absurd for ramen. Definitely better places in Manhattan!!
Burger takes 25 minutes to cook and they only will serve medium rare.
Disappointing. We wont go there anymore. Food is fair. But service is sooo poor. Very bad experience. They pushed the table towards the customers. I was stuck in the spot. Soooo uncomfortable!!! It's cash only. However the waitress didn't even bother to give us back the changes. How can they just assume we are giving all the changes which were above 20% tip?!! Sooo rude!
The menu and kitchen remain top notch. Service is going notably downhill. Our food runner was gruff and awkward and seemed annoyed to be working on a Sunday night. Go for high quality ramen, not for a dining experience.
The food is amazing. But...our waitress was really unpleasant. Their wine selection is only described as "white", "rose", "red" - it would be nice to know a little more. The red was a mediocre merlot (@$14 a glass) that was served ice cold. I think they sell very little of it (makes sense given it is a Japanese restaurant) but it tasted like it had been in the refrigerator, uncorked, for a while. I ordered an extra for my ramen, the sous vide egg, and it was left out. The server was told due to health code issues, the egg had to be stored in the refrigerator and unfortunately had frozen. But I only found out when I went looking for the egg in the ramen. And it is cash only. The food is great, but not enough to overcome the other major shortcomings.