Harima happens to be my favorite spot for Japanese food. I can’t frequent it due to the fact that it’s slightly out of my budget. During a recent trip, I tried out ramen and udon for the first time!
I usually stick to my favorite dishes, but I wanted to expand and try out different dishes this time around. We tried tempura udon and shoyu ramen. While I loved the tang of the tempura, the ramen was a bit of a disappointment!
The salmon hosomaki and the chicken croquettes, we had as starters, along with my usual order of tataki steak.
The ambience is great and so is the food. I’d love to go there again, despite the fact that it’s a tad too heavy on my wallet. This eatery deserves a nine on ten – took one off for the quality of plating that I am occasionally disappointed by.