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I was really looking forward to enjoy a ramen experience in Israel. Unfortunately, I cannot say that I got it. The dish itself was pretty boring, save for the egg - which was rich in taste. The place itself is not pleasant to sit in,...More
I like the asian flavours, japanese, indian, vietnamese etc. And the dumplings and ban that i tasted were full of flavours and good. But not very special, not what i waited to taste from one of the famous israeli chefs. As for ramen, luckily i...More
The menu looked promising and of course the name Aharoni behind it. The bar stools were very uncomfortable and the hall was very crowded so we settled for the seats at the bar. Service was prompt and they served Thai soda which was good.
After a long time, we decided to get our Friday lunch at Aharonies Ramen bar. I visit Japan several times a year and it was far from the ramen there. The chicken was dry and the Udon noodles were not udon. it was not the...More
This ramen bar is signed by one of my favorite chefs in Israel.
I ordered a bit spicy chicken soup.
this soup was a physical magic. half of it was a bit hot, as should be, half of it was lukewarm.
the bowl was filled...More
Inspired of some colleagues I went for a shopping visit to Sarona Market. Found this nice Hiro Ramen Bar in the middle of spice and seafood and fruit shops. I ordered some Gyoza as starter and Beef Ramen. Everything came on paper plates. First the...More