Frank Pinello and Mark Iacono Eat "Japanese Pasta"
Last week, Reina Scully ate her way through three of Japan's most recognizable ramen styles. But today, she's on a mission to see where ramen is going next. Her first stop is Niche, where chefs Frank Pinello, Mark Iacono, Carlo Carciotto, and Anthony Vitolo are ready to try mazemen, a saucy, brothless style of ramen. Chef Shigetoshi "Jack" Nakamura calls this dish "Japanese pasta"-but will his cheese and bacon-topped noodles satisfy some of NYC's most beloved Italian-American chefs?
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