Note #1: The restaurant opens at 11:30am and there maybe a short line waiting for it to open. We will get there around 11:15am to line up.
Note #2: This restaurant is small. We will most likely break into multiple tables/groups of 4. They also do not take reservations, so a decent wait should be expected.
By this time, we have tried I think the top 3 ramen shops in the south bay. It is time to head north and see what San Francisco has to offer. Katana-ya is one of the popular ramen places in S.F (3.5 stars with 2600+ yelp reviews). Is it because it is near the bars and clubs and people are just too drunk to tell the bad ramen from the good ramen? Come join me and let's find out.