12555 SW 1st St, Beaverton
The price is a bit expensive, but it boasts the Japanese Afuri signature, so I still eat there occasionally.
If you’re looking for shockingly fast ramen (we tried to send it back since we assumed it was sent to the wrong table), this place is for you. If you’re looking for your food and drinks to come out for your party at the same time, that wasn’t our experience, but we hope it was a fluke. We didn’t get our drinks until after our appetizers and ramen, and there were a few minutes between me receiving my ramen and my husband getting his.My husband and I both agreed it was a pretty decent bowl of ramen but that the appetizers were the highlight. The takoyaki (fried/minced octapus) and tori karaage (fried chicken) were the best we’ve had at a Japanese restaurant.If you can handle spice, their spiciest ramen (tonkotsu tantan) really isn’t hot. I can handle medium spice and didn’t order the spicy ramen (I got the niniku shoyu), but once I tried his, I wish I had. The broth in the spicier one was just better.If volume is a concern to you, this place is not quiet (no surfaces like carpet to dampen the sound in this open concept restaurant) but there also aren’t very many seats indoors, so the volume is probably very dependent on the people that happen to be there.I would go back again if I were around and looking for a quick bite.
Recommended dishes: Karaage, Takoyaki
Amazing Ramen! New Beaverton location has a great atmosphere. However, it appears they're still working on getting service on track. Disclaimer: Our server was training a new employee while waiting on us.
First time there and my wife and I totally enjoyed everything. I had a ramen dish (wish I knew how to spell and pronounce it) and it was excellent. We will definitely be back to try different things. By the way to crispy crab was excellent along with the edamame.
Recommended dishes: Pork Ramen, Miso-Cashew Gyoza Dumplings, Traditional Yuzu Shio Chicken Asaro Shoyu Clam Tokontsu and Cold Tsukemen, Soft Shell Crab Bun
Had the Tonkotsu shio ramen and was delicious! The flavor and portion was a perfect amount! We also tried the self made doughnuts and really enjoyed the lemon flavored dip that went with it!Would definitely
I have nothing but positive things to say about AFURI. They have plenty of mouth watering options, so that just means you have to visit multiple times to try everything. The noodles definitely tasted fresh and made in-house. Broth was very flavorful and filling. Their edamame was served with a twist, and it was a very pleasant surprise. Everything here was super delicious. Also, if you have room at the end, you should get the tofu donuts. You would never guess they were made out of tofu! Our server was also amazing and made serving a party of 6 seem like a breeze. Everything was on point, and I can see why my friends love this place!
I ate some of the food, so my pictures look lacking ? but I promise the food was pretty and delicious! I ordered the ramen combo, and selected the yuzu shio ramen, crispy gyoza and a homemade ginger ale! I loved the aesthetic and the atmosphere
Recommended dishes: Yuzu Shio Ramen
I’ve been wanting to try this ramen shop in Beaverton, and am so glad I did. This is the perfect location to come to when it’s raining and gloomy outside. The broth is hot and hearty, and I really like the firm texture of the noodles. I might try a vegetarian option next time as I didn’t love the pork in the Shoyu ramen so much. Otherwise, cute atmosphere and friendly service!
Recommended dishes: Asari Shoyu Ramen
While I am not a ramen person, I did absolutely love the pork belly. Good service, food came fast, love the open kitchen. It's a 50 minute drive for us but we feel that it is in fact worth it.
A Disastrous Dining Experience for VegansRating: no starsI recently dined at Afuri and left utterly disappointed and frustrated. As a strict vegan, I always make it a point to communicate my dietary restrictions clearly when I visit a restaurant. Unfortunately, Afuri not only failed to accommodate my vegan preferences but also served me a dish that goes against my principles.Upon arriving at the restaurant, I informed the server about my dietary restrictions and explicitly requested a vegan option. The server assured me that they would take care of it. I was eager to try their vegan ramen, which I had heard good things about.To my shock and dismay, when my order arrived, I was presented with a steaming bowl of pork ramen. I couldn't believe my eyes. It was a complete violation of my dietary needs, and the server had not even bothered to double-check before bringing it to my table. I ended up taking a bite out of it and realized it was not a vegan ramen. They had switched the dish with another person. I immediately called the server over to explain the mistake, and their response was apathetic at best. They didn't apologize for the error or offer to cancel the order. This kind of ignorance and carelessness is inexcusable, especially in a restaurant that claims to offer vegan options. It's not just about dietary restrictions; it's about respecting customers' choices and values. Afuri clearly failed on both counts.I ended up leaving the restaurant without eating, feeling frustrated and disheartened by the whole experience. My expectations for a pleasant dining experience were shattered, and I will not be returning to Afuri in the future. I strongly advise fellow vegans to exercise caution when considering dining here, as your dietary preferences may not be respected or taken seriously.
We love finding really good ramen. At Afuri Ramen we found exceptional ramen. Every detail of the Ninniku Shoyu was a masterpiece of flavor. Each bite filled my mouth with joy, right down to picking up my bowl and drinking the last of the broth.Our server, Tyler, was a wealth of knowledge and information, as well as a really nice guy. Afuri has a very clean, modern look with an open kitchen.Afuri Ramen is the place to go if you appreciate superb ramen.
Recommended dishes: Asari Shoyu Ramen, Yuzu Shio Ramen
Delicious ramen with an amazing broth of layered flavors. Excellent service and helpful recommendations.
We arrived 30-40 minutes before close, and server was obviously annoyed. We promised to eat fast and get out.Food was excellent and served quickly.We were finished by 9. Other parties were still there.Not sure why I left a 25% tip tho because service was nothing special; efficient but not particularly friendly or adding to experience.
Recommended dishes: Karaage
kakuni pork bun is fatty, soft shell crab looks fabulous?
I got my ramen to go and it was good but not the best. I should have gone in to get the flavor and freshness. But overall it had a. Good amount of flavor. I think for the price you can find better.
12555 SW 1st St, Beaverton, OR 97005