Izakaya Roku

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Details
1819 Market St (Pearl Street)
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 861-6500
Ramen, Japanese, Noodles
$ $
Hours
Tue–Thu, Sun: 5:30 PM–10:30 PM Fri–Sat: 5:30 PM–11:30 PM

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  • Ramen is comparable to Ramen Dojo. The red ramen comes with spicy pork, which tastes like Korean BBQ! Small restaurant, so you might want to make a reservation on a busy day.
  • They have Shiro(white, pork broth), Kuro(black, burnt miso), and Aka(Red, spicy)
  • The tonkatsu ramen is rich and delicious.
  • Everything
  • Don't forget that they're closed on Mondays!
  • Try the spicy tonkatsu ramen and bring a group so you can partake in some of their other interesting options like their pizzas and izakaya options
  • Try the shrimp and avocado. Amazing!
  • Decent selection of dishes. Mochi bacon, scallops and mushrooms were good
  • Delicious food, friendly atmosphere, very cozy place. Loved it!
  • The uni rice tapas plate was amazing for happy hour. The garlic ramen was passable, not special. Go back for happy hr and order tapas - pork belly and Michu bacon were rich for me but v popular.
  • Chicken katsu curry here is one of those things I crave every now and then. Great sake too.
  • The Aburi Shimesaba (lightly seared vinegared mackerel) is utterly delicious, and is seared at your table with a blow torch!
  • Pork belly skewers with salt
  • Yaki onigiri treat you right
  • Mediocre. Yaki onigiri is crispy and delicious. Skip the kimchee pork kamameshi: all rice, as well as the okonomiyaki. Uni and soft-boiled egg is texturally weird but still, it's uni so still tasty.
  • Decent, 3.5 ramen. Not outstanding, but a solid and satisfying option.
  • Delicious chicken skin yakitori and chicken wings! Garlic ramen and spicy clam soup are not as good as I expected.
  • Get the mochi bacon. Don't ask any questions. It's an orgasm wrapped in bacon.
  • Friendly service and Japanese style foods. Especially Yaki-Onigiri!! I love it here.
  • Okonomiyaki is great. Good vibes and friendly staff. Be prepared for a wait, though