Mifune

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4.0 rating over 3 reviews

415-922-0337

1737 Post St Ste 375 ( )

San Francisco, CA 94115

Neighborhoods: Japantown

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Description: Mifune is a Noodle Shop, Japanese, and Lunch restaurant where most Menuism users came for a family meal, paid between $10 and $25, and tipped between 15% to 18%.
Tags: Noodle Shop, Japanese, Parking, Good For Kids, Dinner, Lunch, Good for groups, Breakfast, Takeout, and Fast Food
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  • 1 user loves Mifune
Tips:
  • Incredibly generous lunch specials, often including a noodle and rice bowl, are offered daily until 5pm for less than $10.
  • After dining, catch a movie at the adjacent AMC Kabuki theaters.
  • A parking garage is available in the mall for a small fee.
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Price:
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Mifune

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Soba and udon at Mifune

For traditional soba and udon, Mifune in the Kintetsu Mall in Japantown is the place to go. They have slurpable bowls of noodles in tasty broth with various toppings. You can also get shabu shabu, sukiyaki, donburi and crispy korroke, or Japanese potato croquettes. My kids love the cold zaru soba and unagi don. Admittedly, service can sometimes be lackluster, unless you get Maya who is a sweetheart, but remember you’re there mainly for the food. The curry and oyako donburi are good, too, although I wish the portions of food (not the rice but the other goodies) were a little bigger. Mifune’s sibling, Mifune Don, is located in the Miyako Mall upstairs and has a similar menu but also serves good okonomiyaki, savory Japanese-style pancakes.

Dishes I tried:

Zaru maguro

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Cold soba with that delicious, salty dipping sauce paired with thin slices of sushi grade tuna. Soooo good. You have to use the grated daikon, green onion and wasabi in the dipping sauce, it imparts great flavor.
It’s a satisfying, comforting meal. The hot sobas and udon are just as good, it depends on your mood. On a hot day, cold soba is refreshing. I’ve had soba at other places that are either too al dente or kind of mealy but the soba here is always the right consistency. If service was a little more attentive, I would give it 4 stars.

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April 22, 2010

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Casual Noodle House

This was our first visit to a restaurant in Japantown. We were craving a noodle bowl and with so many choices, we just picked the first one we saw, Mifune. \r \r Although the restaurant is unassuming and the service was so/so, the food…

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April 30, 2008

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not to be confused with mifune don

this is another place called mifune, except not don. this place is okay. the food is alright, typical japanese menu. not the place for noodles. if you feel like japanese, come here.

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