8 places to eat the best ramen in Tijuana

These restaurants offer a variety of dishes that will delight any palate

There is an undeniable delightful dish in Japanese food and that is ramen. This dish has become one of the most famous representations of Asian gastronomy and cuisine.

In its most traditional version, ramen can use different types of noodles and it is served in a broth made out of meat, miso, vegetables, and soy sauce.

In Japan, ramen is one of the most popular dishes and there is even a museum that pays tribute to it in the city of Yokohama.

In Tijuana, it is possible to enjoy this dish thanks to the different Asian chefs that have made their mark with their delicious flavor. That is why, we have a list of the top 8 best ramen restaurants in Tijuana, according to reviews of the website ForTijuana Lovers.

Umami Ramen

One of people’s favorites has a ratio of quality and price that is fair, and it offers a peaceful and cozy environment. Umami has as a specialty: the Tonkotsu Miso Ramen, made with chicken and pork.

On the other hand, if you love desserts, this restaurant offers exquisite traditional desserts such as the “fatty mochi”, a delicious Japanese ice cream with flavors such as taro and matcha with Oreo.

  • Location: Avenida Gobernador Balarezo 9889, America, 22044.
  • Phone: 664 207 5116
  • Social media: Umami Ramen
  • Price ranges: starting at $150 pesos.


Located on the first floor of Plaza Paseo Chapultepec, Sushiman probably has the most comprehensive ramen list. With each ramen, you are able to choose between a miso, tonkotsu, or spicy broth and besides the aforementioned proteins, you can add other meat options such as rib-eye, as well as cooked half eggs, mushrooms, carrots, shelled corn, algae, green onions, and narutomaki.

  • Location: Plaza Paseo Chapultepec, 22000
  • Phone: 664 301 8188
  • Social media: Sushiman
  • Price ranges: starting at $170 pesos.


One of the restaurants with the greatest amount of variety in its menu. Since their specialties are ramen and gyozas, they have delicious miso and tonkotsu broths, and they offer options made out of beef, chicken with shrimp, and even a vegan option.

  • Location: Blvd Agua Caliente in the corner with Colonia Madero (Cacho, Durango)
  • Phone: 664 902 2587
  • Social media:
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  • Prices: starting at $165 pesos.


Maybe the simplest ramen on this list, but simple doesn’t mean bad. In fact, the simplicity of this ramen made in Hokkaido also gives it its beauty. It has everything you need to enjoy it and create a perfect balance, no more or less, only what you need: broth, noodles, pork belly (though proteins can vary), algae, shelled corn, green onions, narutomaki, and a cooked half egg.

  • Location: Paseo de los Héroes 10641, Zona Urbana Rio Tijuana, 22010
  • Phone: 664 210 1697
  • Social media:
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  • Prices: starting at $130 pesos.

Sakura Ramen

Distinguished by its peaceful environment and delicious flavor, Sakura Ramen offers delicious dishes, as their noodles and traditional homemade tea are some of Tijuana natives’ favorite foods.

This restaurant has the lowest prices, without affecting the quality and flavor of the products they offer.

  • Location: Blvd. Gral Rodolfo Sánchez Taboada local 5, Zona Urbana Rio Tijuana, 22010
  • Phone: 664 208 0347
  • Social media:
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  • Price ranges: starting at $110 pesos.


This Nipon neighborhood style restaurant has a large and delicious menu. Beyond their famous ramen bowl, they offer different gastronomic options alongside drinks.

One of their most emblematic dishes is the “Ramen Diablo (Devil Ramen)” that offers a spicy and completely unique flavor experience.

  • Location: Saketori-ya has two shops
  • -Av. Tapachula 7, Chapultepec Este, 22020 -Ave. Paseo del Parque. 18025, Local D-104-105, Tercera Etapa del Río, 22654
  • Phones:
  • -Paseo del Parque: 664 305 5595 -Chapultepec: 664 484 3013

  • Social media:

  • -Facebook

  • Prices: starting at $200 pesos.

Kasama Ramen

Kasama Ramen is a classic spot where you can eat this delicious dish. Its menu has 10 options, including its famous lobster ramen.

Their specialty is a spicy miso broth, served with gyoza, pork, ground meat, spinach, bamboo, quail eggs, green onions, and soybeans.

However, they are also known for their exquisite vegetarian option. It is a miso broth made with vegetables, spinach noodles, bamboo, soybeans, carrot, cabbage, green onions, shitake mushrooms, and tofu.

  • Location: Av Misión de Loreto 3080, Zona Urbana Rio Tijuana, 22010
  • Phone: 664 900 7979
  • Social media:
  • -Facebook -Instagram
  • Prices: starting at $200 pesos.


The last recommendation of this list, located at Plaza Galerías Hipódromo, Jintori offers the classic ramens with pork belly, beef, chicken, shrimp, veggie, and spicy. But something that distinguishes this place is its Akuma ramen, which is bigger and will fill you up even more. Besides the broth, noodles, eggs, and vegetables, its protein has a complete beef rib and sauteed shrimp. We assure you it will be difficult to finish!

  • Location: Blvd. Agua Caliente 11999, Hipódromo, inside Plaza Galerias 22024
  • Phone: 664 638 1839
  • Social media: Jintori Ramen
  • Price ranges: starting at $150 pesos.

Now you know a little more about this delicious Japanese dish and where you can find the best places to try them in Tijuana. Which one will you try first? Let us know in the comments!

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