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Suzu Japanese Restaurant
Japanese Restaurant$
Today 11:30AM–9PM
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1825 Post St San Francisco, CA 94115
1825 Post StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94115
$Japanese Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Japanese Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
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Today 11:30AM–9PM
Sunday 11:30AM–9PMMonday 11:30AM–9PMTuesday 11:30AM–9PMWednesday 11:30AM–9PMThursday 11:30AM–9PMFriday 11:30AM–9PMSaturday 11:30AM–9PM
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Ramen noodle soups with a choice of broth & add-ins, plus udon, soba & cooked Japanese rice dishes.- Google
"I think I'm just not a fan of putting bok choy into ramen soup."
"I LOVE coming here before catching a movie at Sundance Kabuki Cinema."
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JODI MADRID
a month ago
Authentic ramen. They serve it in quick and in a cast iron bowl (which is awesome), I highly recommend eating here. Ps the prices are pretty good. Enjoy!
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Michelle Hall
2 years ago
Recommended by a Japanese co-worker that always raved about this place and urged me to go and check it out. Finally, we checked it out on a Friday evening prior to seeing a film at the Kabuki. The wait was long. You check in the with host/hostess with your name and the number of people in your party and maybe after 30+min of strolling around the closed mall shops your name gets called. Seating is limited: small seating area inside (more like a counter) and an even smaller seating in the outside area (that is actually inside the mall). Yummy ramen. Complimentary green tea.
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Mike Wilson
2 years ago
Walking up to Suzu seemed promising. It is an inviting, tiny restaurant and the wait was pretty substantial. Unfortunately Suzu did not back up the hype. The service was ok, but the price was too high for the quality of ramen. The portion was ok, but the chashu was tough and the broth was oily...Overall for the price there are better options in the bay area.
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russ sweetser
2 years ago
Love it. Awesome ramen in a variety of flavors in a very quaint little restaurant with amazing flavors and excellent service. Time to table for this ramen is also quite satisfactory. I enjoy the kira-age as a topper. It's something that I've never seen done before, and found it to be delicious. Highly recommend this place for ramen.
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Patrick Au-Yeung
10 months ago
This place has been around for a while, and their quality is consistently good. Clean broth, not similar to the sort of dark, heavier flavor found in the San Mateo Ramen Mafia joints of Santa, Dojo or Parlour. The ramen rice combo is especially good value.
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Christine Attia
2 years ago
I've enjoyed coming to this little (literally mean little) noodle house in Japantown since they opened, and really enjoy the pure vegetarian Soba noodle option, which has a great ratio of veggies to noodles (chicken was a bit too chewy for me). The ambiance is not the reason to go, as it is very simple and can get quite crowded, especially weekend evenings. However, we've always been seated promptly and the service was always very attentive. I do agree that the same selections I order frequently seem to have changed recently, so I'm not sure if they are just experimenting or have changed the chef. I did learn that they do use MSG on some dishes, so if you do NOT want MSG, do make sure to ask your server before ordering.
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Noelle Ham
2 years ago
Since my first visit, I've been back multiple times. I still recommend the miso nabeyaki udon! I've tried the chicken karage ramen, which was good was well, but a tad on the bland side. My friend had the spicy pork ramen and unfortunately he was disappointed in it. I tried a bit of the broth and it just tasted...off. Not flavorful at all. But minus one star because the past couple of times I've been back the service is always lacking. One visit in particular where I felt it was almost hostile. When they get busy it seems that they just want to flip tables and will drop the check as soon as you get food. Don't bother asking for water or napkins either because you'll get glared out. Sheesh!
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Joanne Wong
2 years ago
I've been here twice now. If you're in Japantown, I would definitely have to say that it's much better than Tanpopo, and I think it might be a step up from Ramen Underground (granted, I went to Ramen Underground when it JUST opened). I never had to wait too long for Suzu for some strange reason, but I've seen people waiting out there for about half an hour before. The noodles aren't too bad. I think I'm just not a fan of putting bok choy into ramen soup. I felt like they also skimped out on the bamboo shoots, and I was sat that my egg wasn't a soft-boiled kind. Sad face. I ordered myself the miso soup, and my parental units (who came to visit) had themselves the butter corn and the karaage. They both seemed to really enjoy those two.
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