You already memorized the best ramen places in the Bay Area, but, believe it or not, there is some spectacular ramen outside of the San Jose-San Mateo corridor.
The combination of fresh seafood, plentiful California produce, and the many ethnic influences produce a cuisine that is innovative, diverse, and delicious.In addition, we are one of the first restaurants in the San Francisco Bay Area to serve Shabu-shabu, now making us the Home of Shabu-shabu since 1995.To many San Franciscans ramen is their version of comfort food.
Literally hidden away in the busy Japantown district, this tiny but formidable Japanese restaurant is worth the search.
More than a century later, it remains one of the last three historical Japantowns in the United States.
It was a bargain considering the quality and diversity of the offerings.
Bring your appetite and your walking shoes for a delicious Japantown food tour.YakiniQ in Japantown of San Francisco offers good meat, a casual and fun space, with good dduk-bossam.
Our guests are seated at communal hibachi grill tables in groups, where your personal chef will perform the ancient art of Teppanyaki.
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