UnderBelly

Gastropub, Ramen
$ $
750 W Fir St Ste 101 (at Kettner Blvd)
San Diego, CA 92101
Monday
11:30am - 12:00am
Tuesday
11:30am - 12:00am
Wednesday
11:30am - 12:00am
Thursday
11:30am - 12:00am
Friday
11:30am - 12:00am
Saturday
11:30am - 12:00am
Sunday
11:30am - 12:00am

Tips

  • Put at least 15 scoops of ghost chili sauce in your ramen or GTFO.
  • Add char-su belly, applewood bacon, and kurobuta sausage to make the signature UnderBelly Ramen. Do it.
  • Underbelly ramen is where it's at! Pair it with a Hitachi White Ale and you're good to go!
  • So far the flies are roaming all over, probably cause its hot but worth trying the ramen anyway. I've only had it once so excited to try the veggie ramen substituted with pork broth(server suggestion)
  • I love ramen, and having lived in Japan for quite some time, I can say that this is the best "American" tonkotsu ramen I've had.
  • Come on a warm day for lunch when they open the windows.
  • The kimchi ramen with pork broth and side of oxtail dumplings = best soup combo! A bit of savory, acid, spice, veggies and meat just to my liking.
  • Not the best ramen but pretty good (too much meat). The egg does rival that of orenchi's. That said, they have unparalleled service, since they offered to replace our ramen after a fly flew in.
  • Try the ghost chili in your ramen.... If you dare ;)
  • Hipster ramen joint. Very friendly service and great selection of beer. Noodle was awesome and al dente. Broth is not bad but not nearly as good as Ramen Dojo in NorCal. Worth a try
  • Their signature ramen was pretty legit. Definitely hit the spot!
  • The vegetarian ramen is hands down one of the best dishes I've eaten in the last year. Mushroom heaven!
  • Look like a regular - the bathroom is hidden. Go to the back where there's a white brick "wall" - notice there's a door handle.
  • Great unique design makes the #foodie experience one of the best. Have the belly of the beast ramen if you have a big appetite or want to share. It's big but DELICIOUS.
  • Don't come on a cold windy night because they won't close the windows for you -_-
  • Kim chi ramen had absolutely no flavor
  • Gotta try the oxtail dumplings!!!
  • Always bring your own spoons. The only complaints on yelp are that you get no spoons. Just bring your own and enjoy.
  • Add the lil skewered octpus and picked garlic for an added oooomph
  • Right in the heart of Little Italy is...the best Japanese comfort food in town. For ramen, it's expensive, but if there's a chill in the air you'll definitely be glad you stopped in.

Nearby places

1430 Union St (at W Ash St)
675 W Beech St (at Kettner Blvd)
1602 State St (at Cedar St)