Haru

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Old_School_Anime_Lover02
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Haru

Post by Old_School_Anime_Lover02 » Tue Apr 07, 2015 1:46 am

is the best place ever and very reasoably priced. I wish i went there more cause the noodles sounded amazing and the rice boll looked really good.

thank you to who ever suggested it to me
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Re: Haru

Post by Ugly Bob » Tue Apr 07, 2015 10:28 am

Old_School_Anime_Lover02 wrote:is the best place ever and very reasoably priced. I wish i went there more cause the noodles sounded amazing and the rice boll looked really good.

thank you to who ever suggested it to me
Glad you enjoyed it. If you are willing to go a bit farther away and pay a bit more, check out Douzo at Back Bay. It was better than ever this year, and they have Suntory 12 year whisky! Still haven't mastered the chopsticks for rice though...

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Re: Haru

Post by Juggernaut_Drive » Thu Mar 31, 2016 3:57 pm

I second Ugly Bob's recommendation of Douzo's. The food was excellent and the service was excellent too. Prices are close. I went to both Haru's and Douzo's this trip and liked Douzo's much more.
Next year I will definitely return to Douzo's.

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