Time Out says
Calling all solo diners: Ramen chain Ichiran, which combats the social stigma of eating alone with individual “flavor concentration booths” at its 60 locations in Asia, brings its introvert-friendly service system stateside with a Bushwick outpost. The dining process consists of filling out an order form—the kitchen concentrates on pork-bone tonkotsu ramen, but you can specify preferences like “flavor strength,” “noodle tenderness” and “fat content”—and pushing a call button in the partitioned solo booth. A server lifts the bamboo shade in front of you and delivers your ramen with nary an attempt at small talk before leaving as quietly and quickly as they arrived. Extroverted eaters wanting some human interaction can sit in an adjacent dining room for more traditional table service.
374 Johnson Ave
|Cross street:||between Bogart St and Morgan Ave|
|Price:||Average ramen bowl: $19|
|Opening hours:||Daily 11am–2am|
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