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Shalala Japanese Ramen in San Francisco Japantown

Melanie Wong | May 13, 201403:16 PM     8

My brother spotted the sign for Shalala today in the now closed Sushi Aka Tombo in Japantown. A quick check of the pending ABC license shows President Heita Ueshima and Nobuyori Iwahashi as a stockholder. They are the principals at Mountain View's Ramen Shalala. Nobu Iwahashi is the executive chef.
http://www.abc.ca.gov/datport/LQSData...

The "help wanted" poster says it is opening May 26. Could this be the end of San Francisco's ramen drought? Yamadaya has been a disappointment. Hopefully Shalala will translate well to the City.

Shalala Japanese Ramen
1737 Buchanan St.
San Francisco, CA
http://www.ramenshalala.com/
(no mention on the Mountain View website)

Shalala
Ramen Yamadaya
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