Tajima East Village

Japanese Restaurant
901 E Street, San Diego, CA 92101 901 E Street, San Diego Directions
+16194315820
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For food that's too good to be true (and service that is nothing short of fabulous), Tajima Ramen Bar in San Diego serves up tantalizing tastes of the very best.

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Great service!
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Spicy sesame ramen in my old timr favorite since going to the one in kearny mesa.
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Good food..
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Hands down the best ramen outside of Japan. The spicy sesame ramen is the best in my opinion, but all the ramen is delicious. I also recommend trying the garlic edamame, it's very tasty. Great service and nice staff.
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Delicious ramen!!
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It's a small spot but great food! You might need to sit right next to someone you don't know so just be open to that. Good music, relaxing environment and friendly staff!
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Really great food and cool ambiance! Will definitely hit this place up again for some seriously tasty ramen.
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Very quick service and tasty like always !!!
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Fantastic place to eat!
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Don't skip out on the appetizers! They are alll delicious!
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From Our Editors

The ramen at Tajima has quickly become a must-try dish in San Diego. Zagat spotlighted the chain's curry ramen on its list of unique ramen creations around the city, and Pacific magazine raved about the vegan bowl, which incorporates mushrooms, asparagus, and tofu into each tasty bite.

Noodles, of course, are at the heart of every ramen dish—and Tajima does not take that fact lightly. The noodles here are renowned for their firm, springy nature, which Tajima achieves by using several types of flour and water with a perfect pH level. Tajima also recognizes that certain noodles go with certain broths, so chefs make it a point to pair the two sides precisely, rather than making some wild, inedible concoction such as spaghetti and marinara sauce.

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