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Today 11:30 am – 1:30 pm, 6:00 – 10:00 pm
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4130 SW 117th Ave Beaverton, OR 97005
4130 Southwest 117th AvenueUSOregonBeaverton97005
(503) 350-1801
$$RestaurantToday 11:30 am – 1:30 pm, 6:00 – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 1:30 pm, 6:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 1:30 pm, 6:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 1:30 pm, 6:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 11:30 am – 1:30 pm, 6:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 11:30 am – 1:30 pm, 6:00 – 10:00 pmSaturday 12:00 – 7:00 pmSunday Closed
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Cozy Japanese strip-mall bar & grill serving ramen & classic small plates alongside beer & sake.- Google
"One of the best Japanese food and Ramen I have ever had!"
"Fantastic service, wonderfully decorated restaurant with nice music."
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Nicole White
2 months ago
So crazy because it is hidden but it's no surprise people still find it! Best Ramen in The Portland area that I've had! The pork is so tender, the broth has the perfect flavor. And they carry Vernors gingerale, icing on the cake!
Stephanie Watkins
7 months ago
I wish 3.5 was an option but its not. Before I jump to what I didn't like, I will say what I liked. Fantastic service, wonderfully decorated restaurant with nice music. The broth of my ramen was actually pretty good and they have a good selection for lunch. Not too much, but not too little. This place was getting busy and I was there when they opened. The main thing I didn't like was the noodles and the cook on the pork belly. The noodles were kind of hard textured and tasting. I had Ramen over in Florida that I enjoyed more than I enjoyed this. I can tell they were processed noodles from a package due to the quality of the noodle, not worth the 12 dollars I paid. The cook on the Pork Belly was okay on some pieces, and some pieces were over cooked and incredibly dry and hard to eat. I got their signature ramen dish. Bottom line: Great flavors, service, and decor. Noodles and meats are meh. I would recommend this place, as they are not by any means terrible.
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Xiaoqiang Jin
5 months ago
food is ok, bad service and attitude. I would not go there again. The food does not worth it.
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kristine moore
a year ago
Yuzu needs no second or last name like Prince or Madonna. The food here is legendary and deeelicious. The hard part is finding it and catching it during business hours. If you do, be prepared to wait awhile because it's usually packed. But mind you, it's worth the wait. #GoogleCityExpert #PDXCityExperts
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Bryn Wootton
9 months ago
Me and my sister just caught the end of the posted lunch hours, and despite us unwittingly showing up two minutes before close, they were extremely friendly. I had the vegan ramen (can't remember the name), and it was so light and flavorful that I was able to finish the whole thing (and that's saying a lot, you get a ton of food in those bowls). The vegetables were perfect, and the noodle texture was awesome! The broth was the best part; not too salted and so delicious! I very highly recommend this shop!
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Zach Hoffman
8 months ago
This place is ridiculously hidden. My girlfriend and I almost left, thinking it must have closed. Thankfully we decided to park and investigate, because what we found is an incredibly delicious Japanese Izakaya. Their pork ramen is crazy good, the pork belly being the best of both sweet and savory, like mirin sweetened bacon butter. The other small dishes were excellent, and served with fresh wasabi. When we first found it, I was annoyed it was so hidden. When we left, however, I'm slightly glad it's so out of the way - the dining area is small and I can see myself wanting to come back often. I highly, highly recommend this little place.
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Scott Landia
a year ago
A friend recommended I try out a hidden ramen spot in Beaverton. This place really is hidden, but if you look at a dark corner of the shopping plaza, you'll see this little shop. It was around 11 and the place was completely empty which was good because I was on a lunch break from work. The nice girl gave me some information on types of ramen they had. I went with Shouyu-cascu-men. It came out in a rather large bowl and smelled like heaven. There was a good bit of seaweed and fresh egg in this and a good amount of pork. I especially loved the broth! I really enjoy that they play Japanese music in the background and don't have any distracting tv's playing sports. It felt very authentic. The girl and I chatted a bit about places in Japan for a bit too. Nice place, could use a sign out front. I will be coming back here again.
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Rudy Joggerst
a year ago
man I miss this place. perhaps my favorite restaurant of all times. I wanna eat their buta kaku every day for the rest of my life.