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Yamamori Noodles

Yamamori Noodles Review

The culinary backlash to years of spuds, spuds, and more spuds hit Dublin a few years ago and Yamamori jumped to the top of the list for noodle addicts. The novelty has worn off slightly but the open plan and family-style tables have kept it popular with the hip crowd. The meals-in-a-bowl are a splendid slurping experience, and although you'll be supplied with a small Chinese-style soupspoon, the best approach is with chopsticks. The yasai yaki soba, Chinese-style noodles with Asian vegetables and egg, garnished with menma (dried bamboo) and spring onions, is a favorite example. You can also get sushi and sashimi, delicious chicken teriyaki, or house specials like baked lobster. The bento box combo meal is the best value here.

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Updated: 02-07-2013

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