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OUR STORY

Hiro Ramen & Tea Bar opened to the public on Monday, March 22nd, 2021

Hiro Ramen & Tea Bar is a premier and creative Japanese Restaurant that has been proudly serving the Atlanta area. Since day one, our mission has been to provide high-quality Asian food for those who seek skillful cooking and extraordinary dining experience. Scroll down to learn more about our menu and our story.


 

1363 Clairmont Road, Decatur, GA 30033

MEET OUR EXECUTIVE CHEF

Tomoyuki Miura

Born in Tokyo, Tomoyuki became passionate about food from an early age and developed his cooking skills at Hattori Nutrition Cooking College, one of Japan’s top-ranked culinary schools. Tomoyuki began his illustrious career as the assistant head chef at the renowned Enzan Restaurant where he specialized in Chinese cuisines. He later worked at well-known establishments including the Ruirin restaurant at Palace Hotel and Izakaya Shoya in Tokyo.

 

Before moving to Atlanta in 2007, he took over his family-owned ramen restaurant, Keiraku, and made it into a huge success. While in the US, he further improved his amazing skills as the executive chef at a renowned Japanese sushi restaurant for 11 years before joining Hiro Ramen.

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HIRO TEA BAR

Hiro Tea Bar is a mixture, combination and particular selections from some of the best bubble milk tea from Taiwan.. Bubble Milk Tea originated in Taiwan and spread across the United States in the 1990s. We specialize in making all sorts of bubble milk teas to bring out the best and sensational tastes to our guests. In addition, our largely selective menu will start off with some of the basic teas such as (Hiro Black Tea, Hiro Green Tea and Hiro oolong Tea). Then we have a various choice of Milk Tea that goes along with juice flavors.

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GALLERY

 

David Puddy

Local Guide

Great Neighborhood Ramen Shop - don't sleep on this place. We started with the takoyaki, which was excellent. I've had takoyaki in Osaka, and I prefer Hiro's version as I found the Kukuro version to be undercooked for my tastes. We also had the gyoza, which were good. I built my own ramen and my partner had the tonkotsu. Both were good, but I preferred my miso ramen. Overall a good value and a nice place to have in the neighborhood.