Back Again at Raraya

Hubby and I went to Raraya to celebrate the start of summer vacation! Every day is a vacation for me but for my hardworking hubby it’s well deserved.

We shared 6 pieces of Gyoza ($4.00) which was a little burnt but still good.

Raraya - Gyoza ($4.00/6pc)

His Charsu Ramen ($10.00) with shoyu tonkotsu broth and thin noodles.

Raraya - Charsu Ramen ($10.00)

He also added on a Mini Charsu Bowl ($4.00). Does he like charsu or what?

Raraya - Mini Charsu Bowl ($4.00)

I was in the mood for something lighter so I tried their chicken based broth for the first time. Torigara Ramen ($8.00) with shio (salt) instead of shoyu. The broth is clear and appears to be assari (light) in flavor, but in actuality it had lots of oil floating on top and was quite satisfying. It was like a really really good bowl of chicken noodle soup.

Raraya - Torigara Ramen ($8.00)

I still wish they offered a thinner noodle option but I’d still come here again and again just for the delicious soup.

View a previous post on the restaurant here and view their menu on my original post here.

Raraya
(5 Parking stalls in the back of the building)
1145-B South King Street
Honolulu, HI 96814
808.589.2824
Lunch Mon-Sat 11:00a-2:30p
Dinner Mon-Sat 5:30p-9:00p
Closed Sundays

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6 Responses to “Back Again at Raraya”


  1. 1 せっちゃん June 4, 2010 at 4:54 am

    この餃子には驚いた!中身や味は日本の餃子と同じなの?見ただけでは、日本の餃子しか知らない私には書いてなかったらなんだかわからないね、きっと。

    • 2 honolulueats June 5, 2010 at 7:10 pm

      せっちゃん:この餃子も日本人のシェフなので日本の餃子だと思うけど変わってるよね。小麦粉入りの水みたいなものを回しかけてカリッとした底を焼き付けるんだと思うけど油が十分あってカリカリしててなかなかおいしいよ。中身はフツーの餃子です。

  2. 3 Kristen June 4, 2010 at 7:26 pm

    My mom and I just had lunch here a few days ago, we were craving it! We LOVE their gyoza, though it was a tiny bit burnt when we went, too. They told us they pour some of the broth over the gyoza while it cooks to give it that crunch and extra taste! Yum!
    The soup is still delicious. I crave that soft boiled egg (it TOTALLY takes it over the top for me), but I haven’t been able to have the egg since I’ve been pregnant and the eggs need to be fully cooked. I can’t wait to have the egg once baby arrives!

    • 4 honolulueats June 5, 2010 at 7:12 pm

      Oh I hadn’t thought about undercooked eggs during pregnancy. I’m excited for you to be able to eat them again soon!

  3. 5 milton June 8, 2010 at 12:38 pm

    at raraya the service was slow but the ramen was good. now if you would check out Ramen-ya and Chin-pei. both serve very good ramen at reasonable prices.


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