When you step into the newest Cherrity Bar in San Antonio, you will appreciate the decoration style as much as the food.
This is very relaxing and comfortable restaurant bar, with its wooden interiors, a lively atmosphere and a big stack of table game sitting around in the corner shelf. If you’re familiar with the popular local restaurant Kimura and its eastern influences mixed with classic Texan style, you will feel right at home here.
Available foods in the menu revolve – of course- around the popular noddle soups, available in a diverse selection including all the most popular ramen styles known to man. Additionally, you will can also enjoy a good range of dumplings, stir-friend and Japanese-style deep-fried chicken wings (tebasaki). The menu is not huge, but it’s well put together and thoroughly enjoyable.
There aren’t quite as many dishes available, compared to what you’d find in a regular Asian restaurant; however, all the dishes are delicious and have a great personality. If you value your dining experience as much as you value your food, this is a place that will make you feel right at home. You may find this is the only Ramen Shop that you need to be fully satisfied.
No matter if you’re looking for the next best ramen bar, or simply if you live in San Antonio and are looking to try a new and delicious type of food - you may want to head out to The Cherrity Bar and check out its delicious appetizers and ramen bowls. If you live in San Antonio and like keeping up with the most popular venues and restaurants, The Cherrity Bar is worth checking out. The new Ramen Shop opened September 7 much to the delight of local foodies; it’s open from Tuesday Through Thursday from 5-10PM, and on Fridays and Saturday the working hours are extended from 5-11PM.
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