Best New Ramen Shops

From classic tonkotsu ramen to inspired variations that incorporate ingredients like caramelized fennel and rabbit confit, here are the n...
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Ramen Underground; San Francisco

With only three tables and a counter for in-restaurant dining at this small shop in San Francisco’s Financial District, there’s almost always a line of people waiting to try one of its seven excellent ramen variations. The broths, each of which the restaurant says takes up to 12 hours to make, range from the ubiquitous miso to a soy milk–based version that’s traditional in Kyoto. The noodles are pleasantly springy and additional toppings (just $1 each) range from kakuni (braised pork) to spicy tofu and soft-boiled egg.

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