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Dosanko's Shoyu Larmen

Dena | Oct 31, 200003:51 PM     7

Maybe it wasn't the best, but Dosanko held a place in my heart. I think it was the first chain to bring Japanese noodle soup to New York and it turned many of us into happy slurpers. Now that all the branches of Dosanko have closed, where does one go? I know the East 45th Street Menchanko-tei -- it's in the neighborhood where I work and it's quite good. Anybody have any others to suggest in Manhattan?

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