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7.6

Fuku Ramen

$$$$

2110 Clement St, San Francisco
Earn 3X Points

Fuku Ramen is a casual spot in the Richmond where you can pop in for $12 tonkotsu ramen (classic, red garlic, and black garlic), and leave satisfied. No, they won’t be the most revolutionary bowls of noodles you’ve ever had, but they always get the job done. The fantastic chashu stands out. The pieces are sliced so thin you can almost see through them, and melt in your mouth like they’re trying to cosplay as cotton candy. The rest of Fuku Ramen’s menu is pretty simple, with standard appetizers like golden-brown chicken karaage and gyoza.

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