Address: 3319 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110, United States#ramen#noodles#usa#sanfrancisco#sf
It's nothing special, so compared to the tough ramen competition in SF, it falls short.
I got the tonkotsu ramen. The soup was quite salty and the egg seemed a bit old. The pork belly was good and the portion was generous, but it was a little too sweet. The hot tea was watery.
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This tiny ramen place is split up into two section. One section is the sushi bar. And the other section is the tiny dining area for other dining. As of note, this is not a big place with occupancy of maybe 30, if they all are not football players.
For dinner, I had one of the restaurant's popular ramen noodle soups. For $16.00, I had the Pork Tonkotsu noodle soup. And that had soft-boiled eggs, nori, thick black soba and ramen pasta in a creamy, garlicy and spicy broth. The broth was thick and creamy with a very nice and intense garlic flavor. It has been a while since I had a bowl of ramen noodle soup. And this place does a very good job.
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Service is not bad but there is also very limited seating. There was nothing particularly thrilling or exceptional about the food, but it definitely hits the spot. My pork-shoulder was pretty tasty but parts of it were dry and the kabocha was really spicy-mayoed up.
Coco's ramen is one of those places I wouldn't go out of my way to try but if I need ramen ASAP and am in the area, I wouldn't mind dropping by.
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