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865 Market St. San Francisco CA 94103
415-357-0288
The signature ramen at Ajisen Ramen, an international chain based in Kumamoto and big in mainland China, is its Kumamoto-style ramen: straight noodles in tonkotsu (pork-rib) broth, the bowl topped with seaweed, cabbage, and an egg. The opaque, 10-hour pork broth is capped with a spoonful of an aromatic brown More
3944 Geary San Francisco CA 94118
415-752-2663
1 Ferry Building San Francisco CA 94111
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Richie Nakano, a former NOPA sous chef, now makes regular appearances at farmers markets and street-food events selling his ramen. Nakano takes the same approach to making his broth as he did making French-style sauces, simmering the stock in several phases over the course of three days. While Hapa Ramen More
2608 Ocean San Francisco CA 94132
415-586-8800
Kasumi is an unpretentious, brightly lit neighborhood restaurant that specializes in ramen during the day and grilled yakitori at night. The tonkotsu ramen, with its pork-bone broth and skinny noodles, is fine, though not worth a pilgrimage. The dinner menu is made up of a mix of Japanese-restaurant staples (ohitashi, More
5120 Geary Blvd. San Francisco CA 94118
415-386-8802
2240 Irving San Francisco CA 94122
415-665-7888
Saiwaii Ramen comes from the same family that owns Sawaii Sushi and Otoro Sushi. Indeed, the Sunset shop does sushi - from the classic to the creative - but its focus is ramen, and all four base styles are available: shio (salt), shoyu (soy-sauce-flavored), miso, and tonkotsu (pork-bone broth). The More
1638 Post St. San Francisco CA 94115
415-292-3388
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