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Marufuku Ramen

4.5 (2314)$$Ramen restaurant

1581 Webster St #235, San Francisco, CA 94115

Marufuku Ramen

1581 Webster St #235, San Francisco, CA 94115

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Ramen
Hakata Tonkotsu
$16.50
Hakata style ramen with rich pork broth. Chashu pork (simmered pork belly), seasoned soft boiled egg, green onions, kikurage mushrooms, and bean sprouts.
Hakata Tonkotsu DX
$20.50
Hakata style ramen with rich pork broth. Regular toppings (chashu pork (simmered pork belly), seasoned soft boiled egg, green onions, kikurage mushrooms, bean sprouts) and buta kakuni (braised thick pork belly), corn, and nori seaweed. Consuming seaweed can expose you to chemicals including cadmium and lead, which are known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects of other reproductive harm.
Chicken Paitan
$16.50
Chicken ramen with rich white "paitan" broth. Chashu chicken breast, seasoned soft boiled egg, green onions, kikurage mushrooms, and bean sprouts.
KAE-DAMA-Extra Noodle
$1.75
KAE-DAMA is an authentic Hakata-style way of refilling noodles. A hot, fresh boiled noodles are served in your remaining soup. PLEASE ORDER A KAE-DAMA BEFORE YOU FINISH YOUR FIRST SERVING. NO EXTRA BROTH IS SERVED SO PLEASE SAVE YOUR SOUP!
Double Soup Ramen
$16.50
Vegetable Ramen
$17.00
Creamy vegetable broth with spinach noodles ,tofu, spring mix, cherry tomato, yellow bell pepper, red onion, kaiware sprout, seasoned soft boiled egg. topped with sesame seeds.
Spicy TanTan Men
$18.00
Spicy Ramen with Creamy Chicken Patina broth Topped with Chili-flavored Ground Chicken. Tantan chicken(Spicy ground chicken , seasoned soft boiled egg, green onions, bean sprouts, spring mix and top with sesame seeds.
Extra Veggie Noodle (Spinach)
$1.75
Extra Thick Noodle HOT
$1.75
Extra Gluten Free Noodle
$2.00
Extra Tonkotsu Broth
$6.50
Hakata Style Rich Pork Broth
Extra Chicken Broth
$6.50
Rich White “Paitan” Broth
Extra Veggie Broth
$7.00
Creamy Vegetable Broth
Extra Tan Tan Broth
$7.00
Extra Cold Tan Tan Broth
$7.00
Rice Bowl
Kakuni Bowl
$7.50
Braised Thick Pork Belly Over Rice Green onion, sesame seeds, kaiware sprout, pickled ginger and nori seaweed*
Mentaiko Bowl
$6.50
Spicy Seasoned Cod Roe Over Rice Green onion, sesame seed, kaiware sprout and nori seaweed*
Chashu Bowl
$7.50
Chopped Pork Belly Over Rice Green onion, sesame seeds, kaiware sprout, pickled ginger and nori seaweed*
Karaage Bowl
$7.50
Japanese Style Fried Chicken Over Rice Green onion, sesame seed and nori seaweed*
Steamed Rice
$2.50
Steamed white rice
Small Bites
Gyoza 7pc
$7.50
Pan-fried pot stickers
Edamame
$5.00
Green Soybeens
Chicken Karaage
$9.00
Japanese style fried chicken
Takoyaki 5pc
$7.50
Octopus balls (5pcs)
Ika Karaage
$11.50
Fried squid
Fried Shishito
$7.50
Fried shishito pepper
Marufuku Bites 2pc
$9.50
Japanese steamed buns filled with homemade pork chashu
Marufuku Salad
$11.50
Arugula and assorted vegetables Choose Your Dressing– Soy Sauce Base OR Japanese Plum Flavor
Pirikara Chicken Bites (2PC)
$9.50
Soft Drink
Coke
$3.00
Diet Coke
$3.00
Sprite
$3.00
Ramune
$4.00
Calpico
$4.00
S.Pellegrino 16.9FL Oz
$3.00
Arrowhead Water
$3.00
Iced Matcha
$3.00
Unsweetened iced green tea.
Kimono Yuzu
$6.00
Made with handpicked Yuzu from Shikoku island and mountain water
Kimono Ume
$6.00
Ume plums handpicked and whole-pressed, Hyogo mountain water
Kimono Mikan
$6.00
Mikan mandarins handpicked in the Ehime prefecture on Shikoku island – sugar cane
Kimono Ringo
$6.00
Fuji Ringo apples hand picked in the Aomori region – whole pressed with mountain water
Kid Box Juice
$2.00
Beers
Asahi Super Dry ( Small Bottle )
$7.00
Pale golden yellow in color, Asahi Super dry is light beer with a grainy/fruity nose. It is light-bodied with a clean dry finish. This brew is very easy to drink.
Wednesday Cat White Beer
$10.00
Sake
Sequoia Ginjyo( 375ML )
$40.00
Versatile and lively, everyday drinking style, the Nama has nice impact on the palate but a smooth, round flavor reminiscent of pear and tangerine and other citrus fruits. Like the Deer, this sake is well- mannered and graceful. Works well with a variety of foods, such as seafood or ramen, never stealing the show but the perfect supporting cast.
Sequoia Nigori ( 375ML ) ( Unrefined Sake )
$40.00
This lightly cloudy Nigori has delicate aromas of lychee and apricot, reminiscent of spring flowers, a creamy, supple mouthfeel and a clean finish due to the use of more highly refined sake lees. The Bunny is soft and approachable, and this refreshing and utterly drinkable style Nigori strikes an excellent balance between sweet and dry.
Sequoia Genshu ( 375ML )
$45.00
Full-strength sake, luscious on the palate with dried fruits and hints of anise and spice on the finish. Nice for pairing with similarly spicy foods, e.g. curries or charcuterie. Roosters are brash and bold, like the Genshu sake which is undiluted, with higher alcohol content (17.5%) and a richer and deeper taste than the Nama.
Bourbon Barrel-Aged Sake ( 375ML )
$50.00
Sequoia’s founders have created a new barrel-aged sake where American frontier spirit meets Japanese tradition. We start with our Junmai Ginjo Genshu sake then age it in American bourbon barrels for 3 months. This unique process allows for a complex integration of flavors. Sequoia’s Genshu brings out the dried fruit flavor, infusing vanilla and smoky-molasses to create a complex, yet still delicate, sake. This is a one of a kind sipping sake to be savored and shared.
Iichiko ( Bottle )
$50.00
Shōchū is a traditional Japanese spirit most commonly produced from rice. The iichiko Saiten uses 100% two-row barley that is fermented with koji and distilled only once — a prerequisite for the highest-grade Honkaku variant of the spirit.
Kurokirishima ( Bottle )
$50.00
Sweet Potato, or imo, shochus are perhaps the most common in Japan, though they don’t receive quite as much love in the United States. Rice & barley shochus tend to be smoother and easier to drink and since there is no equivalent Americn spirit distilled with sweet potato, imo shochus tend to have stronger flavors than we’re accustomed to from a clear spirit.
Tomino Houzan ( Bottle )
$70.00
It is made from yellow koji (which is also used in the making of sake), sweet patatoes and Koganesegan that is grown by local producers. Tomino Houzan is a reference of note in Japan
Marufuku Daiginjo
$70.00
Kikusui / Glass
$9.00
Extra Topping
Buta Kakuni (1PC)
$4.00
Pork Chashu (3PC)
$3.50
Chicken Chashu (3PC)
$3.50
Tofu Chasu (3PC)
$2.50
Seasoned Soft Boiled Egg
$3.00
Bamboo Shoots
$1.75
Kikurage Mushrooms
$1.00
Bean Sprouts
$1.00
Green Onion
$1.00
Nori Seaweed (3PC)
$1.00
Sweet Corn
$2.00
Smoked Chashu Pork 3pc
$3.50
Brocolli
$2.00
Cabbage
$1.50
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