Pork and chicken gyoza at Ni Ramen in Lynbrook.

Pork and chicken gyoza at Ni Ramen in Lynbrook. Credit: Newsday/Scott Vogel

Yet another ramen shop makes its debut on the Island stage, this time in Lynbrook. Ni Ramen is the name, and it occupies a prominent spot at the corner of Atlantic Avenue and Merrick Road, taking over for Burger Bandit, which shuttered during the pandemic’s first year.

The menu (still being finalized during Ni Ramen’s soft opening) features six varieties of the trendy soup — tonkotsu ($14.95), miso ($14.95, spicy $16.95), shoyu ($14.95), tan tan ($16.95), shio ($14.95) and abu ($14.95)--plus two vegetarian varieties ($14.95, $15.95).

Otherwise, small plates include fried oysters ($7.95), fried pork cutlet — tonkatsu — as well as pork and chicken gyoza, and karaage (all $7.95).

Shoyu ramen at Ni Ramen, a new Lynbrook eatery.

Shoyu ramen at Ni Ramen, a new Lynbrook eatery. Credit: Newsday/Scott Vogel

Ni Ramen is at 2 Broadway in Lynbrook, 516-812-8833, niramen.com. Open every day from noon to 3 p.m. and 4-9 p.m. For more, see FeedMe's guide to Long Island's top ramen.

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