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Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Ajisen Ramen Opens at Westfield Mall

Posted By on Tue, Aug 17, 2010 at 10:51 AM

click to enlarge The first Northern California outpost of the Japanese chain boasts a huge menu. - LUIS CHONG
  • Luis Chong
  • The first Northern California outpost of the Japanese chain boasts a huge menu.
As SFoodie previously reported, Japanese fast-food chain Ajisen Ramen is opening its first Northern California branch in the Westfield Mall. Located on the Concourse Level, flanked by Panda Express and Rubio's, Ajisen should open for business tomorrow, Aug. 18, according to a manager busy conducting staff training.

From what we could discern, the menu variety promises to be extensive: more than a dozen types of ramen, the same number of appetizers, half a dozen rice plates, and a full page of made-to-order beverages, including fresh fruit drinks, shaved ice, and iced coffees. Personally, we're thrilled about the convenient location, just a hop from BART's Powell Street station.

Opens Aug. 18:

Ajisen Ramen: Westfield San Francisco Centre, 865 Market (at Fifth St.), #C-12, 357-0288; plans to open 10 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Mon.-Sat.; 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Sun.

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