Great food, worth the wait.
Ramen Club is small, so be prepared to wait if you it's the dinner hour. Yet it's a tell-tale sign - to see people waiting or to see a brisk take-away side business - that this place must have good food. The ramen portions are tasty and generous, you'll walk away satisfied. My friend and I also ordered the karaage and one sushi roll - way too much food for two. Though the costs were reasonable. Parking is generally easy, and you're close to Burlingame Ave, if you want to window-shop.
Not so american-ized sushi. Real sushi..
This is what you call REAL SUSHI. It's so fresh. No fishy after taste what-so-ever. Very impressing. Ramen is good. The tuna poke salad & dragon roll are a must-have. Although there are long waits, it's worth it. They really should open up a bigger restaurant though.
Mediocrity at its Best.
The Ramen Club is a noodle house probably straight out of what we might imagine a Japanese noodle house to be. So, if you want to avoid getting friendly with complete and total strangers, skip the bar and get a table. If you have a big appetite, skip the sushi and order the ramen. Yes, the ramen and sushi are good. The wait on a Saturday night - almost an hour. Get there at 5pm or go after 8pm.