The World’s First Michelin-Starred Ramen Is Now In San Francisco

In 2015, Tokyo restaurant Tsuta became the first ramen restaurant in the world to receive a coveted Michelin star. Their first North American location has opened in downtown San Francisco, where they serve their award-winning Ajitama Shoyu Soba made with perfectly-timed eggs, two-year barrel-aged soy sauce, and truffle oil. During launch, they limited service to 300 bowls a day. We caught up with customers who have eaten at both locations to see if San Francisco’s ramen measured up to the award-winning noodle bowls of Tsuta Japan.

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