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Ippudo, on the blurred line between the FiDi and SoMa, is the first SF location of a popular international ramen chain.
Rich bowls of tsukemen (dipping ramen) are the stars at Taishoken, a Japanese spot in the Mission.
This casual Japantown spot has a variety of excellent ramen, from tsukemen and tonkotsu to a vegetarian version with Impossible meat.
There's always a line at Mensho Tokyo in the Tenderloin—but the fantastic ramen is worth the wait.
When you want to pair excellent ramen with izakaya standards like agedashi tofu, Coco’s Ramen in Bernal Heights is the answer.
Head to Fuku Ramen in the Richmond for a bowl of tonkotsu ramen with super thin chashu.
Nojo Ramen Tavern
Nojo Ramen Tavern in Hayes Valley serves ramen with incredibly creamy chicken paitan broth.