Hawaii Mom Blog: Ayame Ramen and Curry




April 6, 2024

Ayame Ramen and Curry

Ayame Curry & Ramen has been at the Windward City Shopping Center for over 20 years, but it appears that the next generation has taken over operations. They have a new look that includes new menu boards, menus, and menu items. 

Combo Set C is the way to go.  It comes with choice of mini ramen (my son always gets the Tonkotsu Ramen which is $1.50 extra), 4 piece gyoza, and a mini pork fried rice, all for $17.95! 

They use Sun Noodles, which supplies a lot of noodle restaurants on Oahu. The Tonkotsu broth is tasty and not as rich as it looks. While my son and I normally prefer shoyu broths, I like this tonkotsu broth.

We love the gyozas here - they're plump and pan fried to perfection. I'm pretty sure they're made in-house and my son really enjoys these more than the frozen ones that I make at home.

The fried rice usually comes last, and we're usually too full to eat it at the restaurant, and when that happens, we pack it up to enjoy the next day.

On this particular day, I was craving fried noodles, so I tried their shrimp fried noodles for the first time. I ate about 1/3 of the plate and packed up the remainder for the next day. 

Note - they add on a 2.5% surcharge if you pay with a credit card. 

Take-out is available.

Closed on Wednesdays.



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