Slurp ramen – Slurp Noodle Bar

Slurp ramen - Slurp Noodle Bar
Pork chashu, sous-vide egg, kikurage, chives, nori, scallions, corn, roasted garlic, bacon-tonkatsu broth. $13.95
Slurp Noodle Bar, San Francisco CA

This ramen was good, and decently priced. I liked the sous-vide egg, but I wish there was more chashu. I really enjoyed the complimentary kimchi and chips though.

Kimchi and chips - Slurp Noodle Bar
Kimchi and chips. Complimentary

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Krazy Korean ramen – Slurp Noodle Bar

Krazy Korean ramen - Slurp Noodle Bar
Korean bbq, poached eggs, kimchi, nurato, nori, scallions, menma, smabal belachan, 48 hour bacon tonkatsu broth. $13.50
Slurp Noodle Bar, San Francisco CA

This ramen was pretty good, especially since I love spicy soups. The noodles were good and I liked the Korean style ingredient. This definitely hit the spot.

Spanish-American War Memorial, Dolores Street
Spanish-American War Memorial, Dolores Street.

Emerald fire noodles – Slurp Noodle Bar

Emerald fire noodles - Slurp Noodle Bar
Spinach wheat noodle, chicken, pea shoots, tofu, sprouts, herbs, spicy curry, sauce, toasted peanuts. $11.95
Slurp Noodle Bar, San Francisco CA

Meh, I wasn’t too impressed by this dish. The chicken was a little overcooked and the flavors of the dish were a bit bland and muted. I thought that this was going to hit you in the face with bold flavors, but that wasn’t the case. I mean, it IS called emerald fire!

Newsies at the Orpheum Theatre
Newsies at the Orpheum Theatre.

Kurobuta pork belly steamed buns – Slurp Noodle Bar

Kurobuta pork belly steamed buns - Slurp Noodle Bar
Shaoxing wine reduction, scallions, fried shallots. $7.50
Slurp Noodle Bar, San Francisco CA

The flavors in these buns were great, but I wished the components were executed a bit better. The pork belly was nice and fatty but could have been more tender. The buns were also on the dry and chewy side.

Kimchi and rice chips - Slurp Noodle Bar
Kimchi and rice chips. Complimentary