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Ramen Underground
Ramen Restaurant$$
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356 Kearny St San Francisco, CA 94108
356 Kearny StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94108
$$Ramen Restaurant, Noodle Shop
Ramen Restaurant
Noodle Shop
Today Closed
Sunday ClosedMonday 10:30AM–9:30PMTuesday 10:30AM–9:30PMWednesday 10:30AM–9:30PMThursday 10:30AM–9:30PMFriday 10:30AM–11PMSaturday 12–10PM
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Menu of ramen bowls with signature broth & basic toppings, with additional ones available for a fee.- Google
"This place is the real deal with Japanese staff and fresh noodles."
"Where is Ramen served with flavorless chicken instead of bbq pork?"
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Anthony W
a week ago
Average, with several downsides. Ordered a chicken miso broth ramen with a boiled egg. Broth: average. Chicken: average, good amount of meat though. Noodles: quite thin, not chewy, kind of soggy. Boiled egg: fridge-cold... Mushrooms (sliced, included in the ramen): cold. Service: friendly and quick.
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Riz Stephen Soriano
a month ago
I always get ramen miso soup with added toping like meduim hard boiled egg and corns. For appetizer check out chicken dumplings or seaweed salad.
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Kimberley Johnson
2 months ago
The ramen was okay, but there are too many amazing ramen places in SF to waste time on meh ramen. Crowded with so-so service. Don't be lazy and just go to the sunset.
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Jay Mehta
2 months ago
I was recommended this place by a colleague. They are famous to have the best ramen noodles in the town. For me, I didn't find it that great. Food: We tried Soy Sauce Ramen and Miso Ramen. Soy Sauce was supposedly spicy but wasn't much. May be one needs to tell them. Miso ramen was pretty okay. May be the non-vegetarian varieties are good but nothing much for vegetarians. Ambiance: It is a relatively small place for a restaurant but they have good seating capacity due to the layout. A bit noisy as lot of things going on in a small space. Largely the office crowd during lunch and dinner hours. They have a board outside where visitors who wish to dine-in can write their names and the number of people to get into the wait list when the restaurant is full. Service: Service is good and fast. The people are nice and helpful. We had takeaways both the times but had good interactions. Overall, nothing much for you if you're a vegetarian.
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Forest Handford
2 weeks ago
Awesome ramen in America. I keep getting the Habernero Miso Ramen, which isn't authentic but a great Californian take.
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4 weeks ago
I've eaten a lot of ramen, including in Japan. The soup is all wrong- it doesn't taste like ramen. The noodles taste like they are normal spaghetti. They weren't cooked properly, so they stuck together.
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Chris Shellenbarger
2 months ago
So far the best Ramen I've had in the city. I love how customizable their bowls are. The thing that sets them over the top for me is the habanero sauce - it's got a great kick without any of the soy paste. I always order the extra half noodles for a dollar, but you have to do this up front.
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Jahred Liddie
2 months ago
I ordered the spicy miso with chicken. Really delicious noodles, and great broth (wish there was a little more chicken in there, though). Would definitely come back


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