Monday, July 6, 2015

Eat in San Francisco: The Ramen Bar

Tokyo-Style Ramen with shoyu tare, chashu, soy-cured egg, bamboo, scallion, mizuna, and nori

I've wanted to try The Ramen Bar since it opened about a year ago. This casual restaurant is the perfect lunch spot for those who work in San Francisco's Financial District. I had a couple days off this week for the holiday and I gladly celebrated with a warm bowl of Tokyo-Style Ramen.

The Tokyo-Style Ramen is made with thick slices of chashu pork, soy-cured eggs, shoyu tare, bamboo, scallion, mizuna, and nori. It comes with very generous portions of tender pork. The eggs are the highlight; their yolky center adds instant flavor to the broth and they're rather photogenic to boot. The remaining ingredients are fresh and complement each other well. In short, it's a pretty good bowl of ramen and was worth the year-long wait.

I would visit The Ramen Bar in the future. If you've visited The Ramen Bar, what did you try?

The Ramen Bar
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101 California St., San Francisco, CA 94111
Open: Monday - Friday 10:30am - 9pm

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