Hiro Freestyle Ramen Bar

  • Restaurants
  • Sarona
  • price 2 of 4
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Time Out says

With an open-kitchen feel, Hiro Freestyle Ramen Bar is the perfect spot to witness the magic of chef Israel Aharoni. ​As with anything by Chef Aharoni, perfectionism is the key—and everything at Hiro is made with meticulous attention to detail and focus on flavor. The featured and most sought-after dish is their ramen soup, composed of a warm bowl of savory broth, rich pieces of ground meat, bok choy, shiitake mushrooms, pickled daikon, sprouts, a soy-marinated soft-boiled egg, a generous portion of noodles and hints of ginger. New ingredients have been introduced, like the duck ramen with a tamago pancake neatly rolled into the soup and pillowy bites of fried egg alongside pickled turnips, chestnuts and tender pieces of duck. Also on the menu is a multitude of buns with slow-roasted pork, gyoza dumplings and a vegetarian eggplant salad that is somehow equally meaty. If you even find yourself trapped in Sarona Market at least there is always one thing to look forward to.

Written by
Jacob Jaffe


3 Aluf Kalman Magen St, Sarona Market
Tel Aviv
Dinner for two (including drinks): around NIS 160
Opening hours:
Sat-Thu 11:00-22:00, Fri 11:00-15:00
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