OKI Poke & Ramen Menu – New York, NY

Type : Ramen restaurant

Location : New York, NY

A menu featuring build-your-own ramen & poke bowls with minimalist interiors & bamboo table accents. Based on 322 reviews, the restaurant has received a rating of 4.3 stars. Price $$

✔️ Dine-in ✔️ Takeout ✔️ No-contact delivery

OKI Poke & Ramen 10017

135 E 45th St, New York, NY 10017

Phone: (212) 922-1900



Sunday 12–9:30 PM

(Labor Day)
11 AM–9:30 PM

Hours might differ
Tuesday 11 AM–9:30 PM
Wednesday 11 AM–9:30 PM
Thursday 11 AM–9:30 PM
Friday 11 AM–9:30 PM
Saturday 12–9:30 PM

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Reservations: mealkeyway.com


Anderson Brandao
It’s a nice find in mid town. Clean restaurant, and not many people know about it, so it’s usually not too busy for dine in. Take out was ready in 3 minutes. Perfect for lunch in the city on your break. I dont think they had table service, so just grab your order and pull up a chair.

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Jaye Aster Broder
Nice selection of ramen that you can order at the kiosk. Reasonably priced given the egg and pork quantities. The tonkotsu broth is very rich. I like how the broth is separated from the noodles for takeout and delivery. I would probably try other places for ramen before returning. The poke seemed more expensive.

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Heather Leibach
Very delicious poke bowl full of flavor and texture. Large portion with a good ratio of rice to toppings. This is a kiosk order place with plenty of spread out seating. Will definitely go back!

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Irene Yung
This place was just down the street from our hotel. Food was good, decent portion sizes. I liked the options on the Poke Bowl. I had their Oki Classic Poke and my daughter created her own, while husband and son each had a ramen. There isn’t tables side service per say but they bring you your order if you eat in after ordering at the counter.

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The ramen was very good. We also ordered the short ribs and they were very tender and flavorful. Service was fine. Conveniently located across the street from the Club Quarters Hotel, Grand Central. Would recommend for a late dinner.

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The quality of their food, service AND atmosphere is sheer perfection! It’s honestly baffling how low their headcount is every time I’m there. Their prices may be a little above average for midtown, but the food’s worth it every time.

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What a great little spot for Ramen only a block away from Grand Central station. I got the Oki fried chicken Ramen with chicken broth and it was pretty good and perfect for a cold day. They even offer a vegetarian ramen… interesting. The restaurant was clean and comfortable. The bowl and a can of ginger ale cost me $18 bucks. Even though it’s not the best ramen I ever had and it’s a little on the pricey side I’d still go back.

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It’s a very fancy and cleanly looking restaurant. There are very good prices and the food is extraordinary. The ambiance is very splendid and the bathrooms are spacious.

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Davis D. Janowski
I really miss my two go-to ramen places in this neighborhood: Bow Ramen and Ramen Takumi. Bow seems to have been done in by/during the pandemic (LOVED that place) and Takumi the year before it. This place feels like what I fear a modern, impersonal, robotic type of ramen shop might be like in Tokyo. You order from a touchscreen and the kitchen is in the back behind glass. Granted, I was there around 3 pm and it was dead but my other two above, still felt warm and friendly at such hours. This felt rather sterile. I had a tonkotsu ramen. It wasn’t bad, it was just rather bland. The bowls were disposable as was all the cutlery. It feels as though many of the reviewers have never had a really great bowl of ramen and I pity them. The place was spotless, however.

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Upahar Jung Shah
I loved their food. The price is reasonable. It’s not a fancy restaurant, but I found their food to be very fresh and delicious. Restaurant is also very neat and clean—polite and friendly people.

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