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Toki Underground Starts Accepting Reservations
The tiny H Street ramen restaurant opens up a few tables to CityEats. By Jessica Voelker
Comments () | Published February 6, 2012
Teeny Toki, where you can now reserve a spot in advance. Photograph by Kyle Gustafson.

Twenty-seven seat ramen (and dumpling) phenomenon Toki Underground is a famously tricky place to score a spot. As of today, however, it just got a little easier—provided you like to eat early.

The new reservations site CityEats has brokered a deal with Toki to turn over one reservation for two people at each of the following times: 5, 5:15, and 5:30, Monday through Thursday. Two additional four-top tables will be reservable via the site at 5:45 and 6 on the same days.

Now we can only hope that Little Serow will follow suit. We hear that last week, the wait at Johnny Monis’s tiny Thai place was up to two hours long. 

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