Rai Rai Ken
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218 E 10th St · interesting places nearby
Rai Rai Ken information
Rai Rai Ken’s storefront may only be the size of its door, but it’s pretty hard to miss since there’s usually a small congregation of hungry locals lurking out the front. Inside, low-slung wooden stools are arranged around the noodle bar, where the cooks busily churn out piping-hot portions of tasty pork-infused broth.