Where: Mission, San Francisco, CA (3232 16th Street between Dolores Street and Guerrero Street)
Review: They are more known for the izakaya plates (tapas, smaller dishes that are almost snack style)
Decent ramen quality but seemed to be just a tad bit little ingredients but good amount of noodles. The clam broth was very clam flavor and the tonkatsu broth had richer taste. If you order the Kakuni (Japanese braised pork), note that it’s a big slab of rich fatty pork. They did not cut it in smaller pieces so you will be teething it off.
Small plates burdock roots and octopus were alright but other small plates did look more authentic, something to check it out next time and maybe skip the ramen altogether.
The place is on the smaller side, about 30 to 40 seats so the wait on a weekend can easily go for an hour and no reservations. So it’s a bit uncertain whether it will be a destination.
Keywords: mission, ramen, izakaya, smallplates, San Francisco