New Aloha Ramen review

by | Sep 11, 2009

The Seattle Times (a PhinneyWood content partner), has a detailed review of Aloha Ramen that gives newcomers a great overview of the new restaurant, including:

You won’t go home hungry. The portions are generous, even with the combo deals. Of the noodle bowls, the kalua ramen was the standout, with chunks of smoky, shredded roast pork adding an intriguing flavor to the broth.

The char siu garlic rice was nice and garlicky, with conspicuous pieces of stir-fried garlic and chunks of barbecued pork.

The Times review can be found here. We also have a link on our Aloha Ramen page, where you can post your own reviews in our Food & Drink section.

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