According to David Chang, the Internet Killed Ramen

updated May 1, 2019
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If ramen was once a “fringe” dish on menus in New York, it certainly isn’t anymore. But has its popularity truncated its growth and innovation?

David Chang explains that, in his opinion, because you can learn and see whatever you want on the internet, that ramen is dead.

Of course, David Chang’s Noodle Bar of the Momofuku empire remains on a superior level to the ramen burritos and burgers of the world. As Chang writes: “Momofuku ramen is our own story and no one else’s. We borrowed but made it our own narrative.”

Read more: The State of Ramen: Dave Chang from Lucky Peach