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Tajima To Launch Seventh Ramen Restaurant on Adams Avenue

It's due this October

Courtesy renderings
Courtesy renderings

As the brand continues to build a bonafide ramen empire, Tajima has revealed renderings for its seventh eatery, which joins its sister location in Kearny Mesa, Hillcrest, East Village and its first out of town outpost, which opened in Tijuana last month.

Paul Basile of BASILE Studio, who was a partner in Tajima's East Village expansion, is designing the 1,500-square-foot restaurant; it will open this October next to Et Voila French Bistro in a former market space on Adams Avenue and will be inspired by the original Japanese Art Deco exterior of the building.

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This eatery's menu will be similar to Tajima’s Hillcrest and East Village locations, serving beer, wine and sake and featuring chef/owner Sam Morikizono's ramen variations, rice bowls, and small plates along with several new additions. A rep for Tajima says the company is also prepping another new spot in Long Beach, where it will be among the vendors at SteelCraft, a food court built out of shipping containers that will debut at the end of September.


3015 Adams Ave, San Diego, CA 92116, USA