Noodle lovers, book a chapel! Mifune Noodle House, as it is often referred to by its many fans, has noodles, noodles, and more noodles! It is ... More
Noodle lovers, book a chapel! Mifune Noodle House, as it is often referred to by its many fans, has noodles, noodles, and more noodles! It is basically thick, white flour Udon and thinner buckwheat Soba, but with a satisfying variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian toppings to choose from. The reasonably priced menu gives you reason to slurp your noodles and it is really the only way to go. Mifune offers a few non-noodle selections as well. The stark, red-and-black dining room is often packed and lines are a usual occurrence. The service is amazingly fast and the kids will love the special treatment.
Good customer service, reasonable prices, and excellent variety of noodle-based dishes.
I would not recommened this place for people who enjoy teriyaki platters. Mifune is a place to appreciate different noodle recipes like hot soba and udon. ^_^
the udon here can't hold a candle to nearby maki, but they do some pretty tasty cold soba at mifune. atmosphere is very low-key and not fancy at all. they do some great, reasonable combos for about $10 that include your choice of soba or udon plus one entree (pick from tuna sashimi, chicken teriyaki, veggie tempura...pretty basic stuff). not amazing, but a good bargain lunch!
I used to go this place often. But not anymore since I experiance the food had plastic in them. I orederd some Udon and Donburi, I finish half of the bowl, I found peach of plastic seems come from food package. I told to the Waitress but nothing happen. Food is ok but worker and Mangement attitude is not very nice. Since my experience I do not think I want go back there never again.
I go to Mifune on those days that I crave noodles, soup and don't have a ton of cash to drop. It's not always easy to get a waitstaff's attention, but you're not there to be coddled. You're there to eat and eat well. Be prepared for a steaming bowl with noodles of your choice: soba or udon. They've added sushi as a side, which is nice.
Supple soba, kickass kizame, wicked wakame and corn make for one of San Francisco's best asian noodle experiences.
Fast like a shinkanzen, wait times are never more than 15 min even when busiest; you can be out of there in 20 min most times.
Authentic Mifune is an American outpost of a Japanese noodle concern. Frequently the dining room is packed with Japanese, both locals and visitors.
A must for any visit to the middle Fillmore corridor or the suburban artery, Geary Expressway. Have been known to get off the 22 or 38 bus just to stop at Mifune. Visiting Kabuki Hot Springs or The Fillmore?
Always catch a nosh at Mifune.