Hawaii Mom Blog: Agu a Ramen Bistro's Keiki Meals




January 1, 2018

Agu a Ramen Bistro's Keiki Meals

Agu a Ramen Bistro is one of my favorite spots for ramen.  We recently took the family to the Pearlridge location, and it was our first time there since they introduced Keiki Meals!

For just $8.95, kids can choose ramen, soboro, or karaage, and each entree comes with a side of corn, fries, gyoza, and OREOs. 

Keiki Karaage

Keiki Shoyu Ramen

Corn, French Fries, Gyoza, OREO
It's quite a lot of food for just $8.95!

The kids were happy with their meals, and so were the adults!
Spicy Kotteri

Cheek a Boo Croquette


I'm so glad the Cheek a Boo Croquette is back on the menu.  Pork cheek and onion dumplings are fried to perfection.  The AGUcini is another favorite appetizer.  The cheesy balls of rice are deep fried and served with a yuzu-citrus aioli.

The food was great, but we were a little disappointed with how long the food took.  We were the first ones seated at the 11:00am opening.  At 11:18 the keiki ramen was served. At 11:32 the keiki karaage was served.  At 11:38 the remaining food in the keiki meals arrived.  We thought everything in the keiki meal would be served all together.

Despite that, we wouldn't hesitate to order the keiki meals for the kids.  It's a great deal!

Agu a Ramen Bistro
Pearlridge Center
98-1005 Moanalua Rd #545
Aiea, HI 96701

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