It has been a year since Kirimachi closed its first restaurant. Chef Leo Go has since been to Japan, mastering his ramen skills, eating different kinds of ramen to broaden his taste and variety, and working at Lyasare in Berkeley. Now, Embarcadero Center is very excited to announce Kirimachi’s new location in Three Embarcadero Center!
Kirimachi will offer a variety of ramen, from shoyu which is a Chef’s favorite, tonkotsu, miso and vegetarian, as well as a limited daily serving of house favorite, tsukemen – a must eat when you dine at Kirimachi.
The best part about Kirimachi ramen is that everything is house made. From sauces which are MSG free, to soup and noodles. The new Kirimachi will feature freshly crafted noodles, using their noodle machine from Japan, so that customers can enjoy the best of everything that is Kirimachi ramen.
In addition to ramen, there will be a variety of uni dishes, more appetizers, and small dishes during dinner time. Japanese and local craft beers have been added to the menu as well, as they have been carefully selected to complement the ramen and other dishes.
Kirimachi Ramen is opening in early November. Please come and enjoy!