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The Best Ramen In San Francisco

The 10 best bowls of ramen in the city.

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8.1

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Nute’s

If you’re looking for ramen in Bernal Heights, Nute’s is a great stop.

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Ippudo

Ippudo, on the blurred line between the FiDi and SoMa, is the first SF location of a popular international ramen chain.

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8.4

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Taishoken

Rich bowls of tsukemen (dipping ramen) are the stars at Taishoken, a Japanese spot in the Mission.

The Best Ramen In San Francisco guide image

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The Best Ramen In San Francisco

The 10 best bowls of ramen in the city.

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7.8

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Waraku

This casual Japantown spot has a variety of excellent ramen, from tsukemen and tonkotsu to a vegetarian version with Impossible meat.

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8.4

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Mensho Tokyo

There's always a line at Mensho Tokyo in the Tenderloin—but the fantastic ramen is worth the wait.

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8.0

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Coco's Ramen

When you want to pair excellent ramen with izakaya standards like agedashi tofu, Coco’s Ramen in Bernal Heights is the answer.

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7.8

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Iza Ramen

Iza Ramen in Lower Haight is one of the most dependable ramen spots around.

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7.6

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Fuku Ramen

Head to Fuku Ramen in the Richmond for a bowl of tonkotsu ramen with super thin chashu.

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8.3

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Nojo Ramen Tavern

Nojo Ramen Tavern in Hayes Valley serves ramen with incredibly creamy chicken paitan broth.

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8.3

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Marufuku Ramen

Marufuku in Japantown nails the art of Hakata-style ramen.