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865 Market St. San Francisco CA 94103
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
1 Ferry Building San Francisco CA 94111
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
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
2240 Irving San Francisco CA 94122
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
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