Time Out says
Chef Israel Aharoni is a pioneer of Asian food in Israeli cuisine; Hiro Ramen is his spot for a glorious bowl of this comforting soup.
With an open-kitchen feel, Hiro Freestyle Ramen Bar is the perfect spot to witness the magic of chef Israel Aharoni – one of the most popular chefs in the country. The featured and most sought-after dish is their ramen soup, composed of a warm bowl of intensely infused savory broth, rich pieces of ground meat, bok choy, shiitake mushrooms, pickled daikon, sprouts, a soy-marinated soft-boiled egg, a generous heaping of noodles and hints of ginger. This is the perfect comfort food if there ever was one. Hiro also serves up a chicken version and a tofu version as well. Don’t miss the cucumber and chicken salad, made of small pieces of wakame (an edible seaweed), cucumbers, diced chicken, chopped peanuts and a Ponzu dressing, a citrus-based dressing with a light and tart taste. Other popular items are the Gyoza, light dumplings filled with chicken, green onions and shiitake or the bok choy-filled vegetarian version and the fluffy melt-in-your-mouth buns.
3 Aluf Kalman Magen St, Sarona Market
|Price:||Dinner for two (including drinks): around NIS 160|
|Opening hours:||Sat-Thu 11:00-22:00, Fri 11:00-15:00|