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“Tan Tan, Gyoza, Fried Garlic... ”
Review of Osaka Ramen

Osaka Ramen
Ranked #79 of 163 Restaurants in Aiea
Cuisines: Japanese
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Reviewed November 13, 2013 via mobile

Enough said... Just go, it's delicious, not a pretty place, but did I say delicious? Tons of other restaurants in this area if you have a group of people so everyone will find something they like.

Thank Ben B
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Reviewed December 2, 2012 via mobile

If you want Ono licious broke da mouth ramen and goodies, this is the place to go. Excellent service, fresh food and fast service keep us going back for more. Prices are very fair and the Combo Menu is the best. Get the fried garlic or Spicy Menma as pupus, you won't go wrong.

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Thank Bulla E
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Reviewed November 5, 2012

There's something for everyone. Like garlic? Order anything and add the fresh garlic chili mixture, at every table, into whatever you're eating. Start with a side order of fried garlic. The garlic is well cooked and sweet then sprinkled with just the right amount of salt. Like spicy? The spicy Tan Tan is the way to go. Hand made gyoza is the best I've eaten in years! Fried rice was a little bland, but it could be our taste buds were in flavor overload after all the other goodies. Family friendly and seems to have lots of regulars. Staff is very friendly and helpful in finding you the right dish for your craving.

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Thank NJstylist
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Reviewed September 30, 2012

$2 beers & discounted appetizers! Since we live in the Pearl City area, mrs and I decided to give this place a try. We were not surprised to see non-Japanese workers in a Japanese noodle shop, as it is quite common. I was there for the happy hour any way and not for the ramen noodles, but the pupu and $2 beers instead. Very friendly staff, clean and spacious seatings. We ordered their huge and tasty veggie salad for the mrs, while I ordered the cold tofu (never again since it's the cheap tofu you can buy for less than a dollar), fried garlic (yummmy), gyoza (very tasty), fried noodles (ok), salt & pepper shrimp (best), and a few beers to accompany all the food. I would definitely return for the happy hour specials and $2 beers.

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Thank bonefish2
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Reviewed December 3, 2011

We were staying at the Rainbow Inn in Aiea (overlooking Pearl Harbor) but arrived early. We tried using tripadvisor to find a good lunch place without success as many recommendations are only open for dinner. We hit upon Osaka Ramen, which is in the same shopping complex as Ricado's Italian. The menu was varied with many noodle, curry, and rice combinations. Our first stop there, we had a selection of appetizers including gyoza, kimchee, and dumplings. All were very delicious. My husband had a ramen noodle bowl with pork in a miso broth and absolutely loved it. The tastings were very fresh and the pork was very tender.  The dishes were also seasoned to our liking. We actually did take out there a few days later because we thought the food was so good. Also, it was extremely reasonably priced for such a well-kept restaurant. 

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