Spicy miso ramen – Ramen Underground

Spicy miso ramen - Ramen Underground
Basic toppings with chicken, green onion, mushroom and spinach. Add boiled egg. $13.45
Ramen Underground, San Francisco CA

Ok, I still do like the ramen here, but I’m beginning to think that it’s pretty expensive especially since you have to tip on you bill as well. There are other ramen places nearby that cost less and are so tasty. I don’t think I’ll come here as often, but maybe as a random treat.

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Soy sauce ramen – Ramen Underground

Soy sauce ramen - Ramen Underground
Basic toppings with bbq pork (1 slice), green onion, mushroom. Add chasu, boiled egg, and spinach. $13.95
Ramen Underground, San Francisco CA

I think this ramen is kinda expensive for a regular lunch. Once you add extra toppings, and tax and tip, you end up spending more than fifteen bucks for a bowl of soup! The quality has also gone downhill. The charsu pork slices were tiny and torn up – very sad. I don’t think it’s worth it any longer to wait in the ridiculously long line for this food.

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Saints Peter and Paul Church.

Spicy miso ramen – Ramen Underground

Spicy miso ramen - Ramen Underground
With kakuni (braised pork belly) and boiled egg.
Ramen Underground, San Francisco CA

Wow, this ramen was really good. The spicy miso broth had a great kick to it and lots of flavor. They have a basic ramen bowl, and you just keep adding extra toppings at additional cost. It’s really about the broth and ramen though, and this place is solid in both aspects. Everything else is just icing on the cake.

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Spicy miso ramen - Ramen Underground
April 21, 4014
With chicken dumplings, boiled egg. $11

Memorial graffiti mural
Memorial graffiti mural, 24th Street Bart Station.