When the weather is this cold, I crave noodle soups. Whether it be a big bowl of Pho, or Udon, I love them all! Today, we decided to give Aloha Ramen a try!
Kimchi Ramen with Chicken $8
I had the Kimchi Ramen with Chicken instead of Pork. The bowl is enormous, and there was no way I was going to be able to finish it all! It had a really generous portion of kimchi, as well as bamboo shoots, tofu, corn, kamaboko (steamed fish cake) and chicken. The chicken left a lot to be desired, it was unseasoned boiled chicken breast. I think next time I am going to go for the vegetarian bowl. The corn was kind of non existent when I mixed everything together, but it was still really fantastic ramen!
Pork Gyoza $4
The Gyoza were ok - nothing outstanding, I believe they make them in house. I like that they fry them until they are partially crispy, but they just seemed like standard pork gyoza.
Garlic Fried Rice with Chicken $5.50
The fried rice was pretty good... My SO said it was the highlight of the meal... It was a really generous portion for $5.50. FInely diced chicken, scallions and rice topped with fried garlic. Yum.
The restaurant is tiny, and fortunately we had good timing and snagged the last 2 seats at the counter. There was a large group of about 6 people behind us, and they took up most of the restaurant. This will be a great takeout spot for us, since we live close by. If you need a soup takeout container, they cost .50 each... weird...
8102 Greenwood Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103
Lunch: Wednesday - Sunday 12:00pm - 2:30pm
Dinner: Wednesday - Sunday 5:00pm - 9:00pm