A Japanese noodle restaurant located on Georges Street. Cheap and cheerful, they don't take reservations for dinner, a great place to go for lunch. The staff are really friendly and you may end up sitting with strangers, tables seat about 8. Starters and side dishes which include Crispy Vegetable Won Ton, Prawn dumplings with pak choi, Deep fried King prawns, all for around €6.50. Main courses Sushi expect to pay around ?9.00. Main courses start at €16.50 for that you get Salmon or Beef Teriyaki, Tofu Steak, Spicy Tuna, Tempura which is around €13.00 along with Wok fried Noodles. Delicious food and reasonably priced. And if you can't eat it all they will wrap it for you so you can take it home.
Favorite Dish: The wok fried noodles osyter sauce and the Chilli chicken Ramen.
Japanese food in Dublin? Don't laugh. It's a great change of pace. It was quite crowded at lunch when we went there, but the service was just fine. Ambiance is what you'd expect at a busy downtown restaurant at lunchtime.
Favorite Dish: I had the chicken yakisoba and green tea. It tasted just fine.
Friendly staff...although they can be slow in taking your order sometimes
Most tables are connected together so it feels like a communal setting
Favorite Dish: Teppan Chicken Teriyaki
Yamamori Noodles on South Great Georges Street
Address: 71 - 72 Sth. Great Georges Street, Dublin, 2.
Tel: (+353 1) 4755001/2
in the heart of Dublin offers excellent Japanese cuisine. Yamamori offer both Lunch and Evening menus.
a wide selection of authentic Japanese Dishes
Favorite Dish: A range of Ramen dishes including chicken, beef and seafood starting from £6.50.Yamamori also offer a wide selection of Sushi, Sashimi and Noodle dishes.