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Tokyo Tempura House-Daly City Ramen

Candice | Jul 21, 200503:55 PM     2

I was in Daly City last night and decided to check this place out. I would not recommend it. The service is very disjointed and the food isn't worth the time. My table tried an udon, the seafood ramen, and the pork ramen. There were a bunch of budget sushi options (CA roll and a few pieces of sashimi)regularly priced at $10, marked down to $6.95. I'm wary of sushi with such low prices but someone at the table tried one option and found it to be horrible. Bones in the sashimi and mealy, fishy tasting fish, far worse than grocery store take away sushi.
The ramens weren't anything special, and were about $6.95 each. The broth wasn't rich and the pork was sort of dry.
Santa Ramen this was not. I was hopeful for top notch ramen closer to SF but was very disappointed. Didn't try the wonton like dumplings with meat wrappers previously mentioned on the board.
Tokyo Tempura House is in the Skyline Plaza near Ranch 99.

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