Where to Eat New York’s Most Interesting New Noodles

The weather in New York has been oddly summery, only occasionally dipping into fall-like temperatures. No matter: It’s always the right time of year for noodles — hot or cold, spicy or mild, brothy or saucy. Luckily, New York has seen a spate of recent openings that are doing very good things with flour, from Korean Ramyun spot Jeju to the Uncle Boons spinoff to yet more rice-noodle specialists. Which is a good excuse as any to go out and eat some more. Here, 12 new dishes to check out.

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