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HA Noodle (Ramen) in Fremont

Hungry Girl | Jan 9, 200611:23 AM

So I saw an ad in Tri-City Voice (free paper you can pick up many places) which included at 15% off coupon for this place.
This looks brand new, sparkeling clean, and really nice inside - more like an upscale restaurant than ramen. They have nice designer paper napkins and the prettiest menus. They have appetizers, many types of ramen with all different meats and ribs, and a few rice dishes such as crispy chicken and crispy oysters. So for appetizers we got gyoza and grilled shitake mushrooms.
The gyoza were great! Very light and crispy but not one bit greasy. There was juicy meat inside.
The mushrooms were moist large mushrooms, there was just a very slight something about the flavor I didn't like, but otherwise good.
The ramen had a great presentation. They were garnished on top with crispy noodles(yum) and green sprouts. I had the Chef's Special that included crispy chicken, pork, and beef. There was lots of meat, that I could barely finish it all. I liked the pork the best, there were just chunks of fat attached that I didn't eat. The other meats were average. The noodles were great, slightly chewy and very fresh. The broth was fine, they say no MSG which I prefer.
I would definitely love to go again, the only complaint is the price is on the high side but is understandable for the great ambiance and presentation. The ramen were about $7 - $9 each. I would like to go back to try some of the ramen with ribs.
There was only one other party when we came in and no one else came, so we were alone after they left. I think people will need to start going so they can stay in business. The problem is the location, there are no other restaurants around and it is not a busy street.

HA Noodle
42318 Fremont Blvd
(next to Big-O-Tires)
Fremont, CA 94538

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