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Ippudo @ Bangsar Shopping Centre

Ippudo @ Bangsar Shopping Centre

From Hakata or Kyushu-style tonkotsu made with long-simmered rich, milky, pork-bone tonkotsu broth, to simple soy sauce based soup, we’ve seen a spate of ramen joints open in Klang Valley. And as to find authentic Japanese flavours with a little bit of innovation, we would have to agree that Ippudo has set quite a standard...
Yamagoya Ramen @ SetiaWalk, Puchong

Yamagoya Ramen @ SetiaWalk, Puchong

Are you a Ramen lover? Slurp! At its most basic, ramen consists of broth and noodles, and it’s much more. When done right, the broth conveys deep flavours and almost a clear essence of the source ingredient. In the best versions, the wheat-flour noodles are pulled by hand and have a slightly springy quality to...
C ♥ C Be My Valentine: Top 12 Dining Picks!

C ♥ C Be My Valentine: Top 12 Dining Picks!

“Whenever I’m weary from the battles that rage in my head You make sense of madness when my sanity hangs by a thread I lose my way but still you seem to understand Now and forever I will be your man…” – Richard Marx’s Now and Forever This would be my favourite song as Valentine’s...
Manmaru Homemade Udon まんまる @ Mid Valley

Manmaru Homemade Udon まんまる @ Mid Valley

Noodles are definitely a huge part of the Japanese cuisine. In Japan, everywhere you turn there’s almost always a noodle joint somewhere. Served piping hot or chilled, plain or with a whole lot of toppings, in soups, stir-fried or dipped. No wonder that the Japanese love their noodles as it’s not just delicious, it’s quite...
Enju Japanese Restaurant @ Prince Hotel & Residences: KL Restaurant Week Menu

Enju Japanese Restaurant @ Prince Hotel & Residences: KL Restaurant Week Menu

Such great news for foodies as KL Restaurant Week sets a new gastronomic adventure for all of us to indulge in different types of cuisines at superbly affordable prices. Mark down those dates people! Happening from October 4th – 11th. Close to 50 participating restaurants are offering their special menu catering for 2-course lunches and...
Nihon Kai Japanese Restaurant @ Old Klang Road

Nihon Kai Japanese Restaurant @ Old Klang Road

We’re pretty sure you would already know that along the streets of Old Klang Road, you will be able to feed your cravings for Japanese when it comes by easily. Xenri & Ishin both caters an upscale Japanese dining for their patrons, with a modern interior and displaying their sophisticated ambiance. With a Japanese restaurant...
Senya Izakaya 鲜家 @ Jalan P.Ramlee: Sushi & Grill Bar

Senya Izakaya 鲜家 @ Jalan P.Ramlee: Sushi & Grill Bar

When it comes to nightlife, Jalan P Ramlee is considered one of the city’s hottest venues. Bet you know that! Lively and vibrant after dark, this street is bagged with throngs of party-goers, well known for club hopping as well. Later that we know that there was an addition of a Japanese restaurant that lends...
Kampachi by Equatorial, Plaza@Jaya33

Kampachi by Equatorial, Plaza@Jaya33

Kampachi @ Equitorial has always been one of my favourite Japanese fix and Chris knows it well Compensating the loss of its KL Equatorial venue, Kampachi has opened another new outlet in Petaling Jaya, allowing most PJ families who are not so willing to drive all the way to KL’s Kampachi at Troika or Pavilion...
Hakata Ippudo 一風堂 @ Pavilion, KL: Ramen & Cocktails Pairing

Hakata Ippudo 一風堂 @ Pavilion, KL: Ramen & Cocktails Pairing

I remembered that I’ve a good read about a Ramen & Cocktail Pairing course in Chicago & have been wondering about whether this rather new ramen culture pairing would really work out on the palette. Through our thoughts, it was just another boring mindset of having our bowl of ramen while drinking the Asahi beer...
Maruhi Sakaba 大众秘酒场 @ Plaza Faber, Taman Desa

Maruhi Sakaba 大众秘酒场 @ Plaza Faber, Taman Desa

Nibbling on the kushiyaki 串焼き + yelling kanpai 乾杯! = Oishii Oishii Oishii おいしい おいしいおいしい ! Kushiyaki better known as the grilled skewers that encompasses poultry & non-poultry/ vegetable skewers, has been a popular snack or mains for Jap food lovers. Seiji Fujimoto, the owner of Sanuki Udon that specializes in Udon & the famous...
Hakata Ippudo 一風堂 @ Pavilion, KL

Hakata Ippudo 一風堂 @ Pavilion, KL

The ramen rave has been ongoing for quite sometime and has been such a hit around town. Santouka, Yamagoya, Menya Musashi… the long list goes on. However recently, there’s a new contender that arrives with a loud thump anchoring Pavilion. We’re pretty sure most of you would be aware about this high profile Japanese ramen...
Sushi Tei @ Pavilion: New Menu!

Sushi Tei @ Pavilion: New Menu!

A visit to Sushi Tei reminded us on our past frequent visits to many sushi stations over the years, and this practice has somehow slowed down. Putting the ageing taste aside but stepping into a Japanese chain restaurant seemed a little alien for a moment. Perhaps it’s more of individual restaurants of ramens or cafe...
Sage Restaurant & Wine Bar @ The Gardens, Mid Valley City

Sage Restaurant & Wine Bar @ The Gardens, Mid Valley City

We have always love December dearly. A month filled with so much happenings. Don’t mention that we have to slaughter our wallet, well thanks to the birthdays. After the celebration at Thirty8 for my one-year-older event, it was my turn to scratch head for another round of dining out excuse “Let’s settle for Sage Restaurant...
Ikuzo Ramen 行くぞ! @ SS2, PJ: The Ramen Revolution has Begun!

Ikuzo Ramen 行くぞ! @ SS2, PJ: The Ramen Revolution has Begun!

Revolution ” A fundamental change that takes place in a relatively short time – either a complete change or a modification” Aristole once described. Well we thought it could be a little bit of both when it comes to the new rave in town. Thanks to Debbie & Andy, we experienced the revolution ourselves. Ramen...
Ochado (茶の道) @ Kota Damansara

Ochado (茶の道) @ Kota Damansara

Pearl Milk Tea, Bubble Tea……. This hype has been going on ever since our schooling days where bubble tea stalls used to be Chris’s socializing spot, he claimed And now popular Tea stalls like ChaTime, GongCha or even Ochado are playing a really big part in our routine beverage choices. Everyone has their own preferences....
Gerai Makan Japanese BBQ 大众烧肉 @ Taman Desa

Gerai Makan Japanese BBQ 大众烧肉 @ Taman Desa

Valentine’s Day dropped by early this year as we’ve decided to have it celebrated over the weekend ♥ Lavish classic Valentine dinner with candles and scented flowers decorated around… Ballads of love songs that harmonizes as we cling our wines glasses to cheer… Premium steak and warm consomme… Nah. Not this year as we decided...
Nagomi Shabu-Shabu Buffet @ Menara Hap Seng

Nagomi Shabu-Shabu Buffet @ Menara Hap Seng

I guess Nagomi needs no introduction as they’ve already build quite a reputation in their Japanese food authenticity and impressing their patrons through the shabu-shabu treats. Over these 2 years, Nagomi have evolved from just an ordinary shabu-shabu outlet into a Japanese eatery that offers a wide variety of Japanese cuisine in their new menu....
Watami Malaysia: Japanese Casual Restaurant @ Pavilion, KL

Watami Malaysia: Japanese Casual Restaurant @ Pavilion, KL

Ohaiyo Gozaimasu おはようございます! It’s time for another Japanese post before our HK EAT>SHOP>SEE Marathon continues… We’re blessed with more Japanese fares when Tokyo Street 東京ストリート kicks in. Japanese snacks, bakeries, buffet, tea house, ramen haven…… We circled around and decided for another new-comer in Pavilion instead having heard that they opened around 600 outlets in...
Gokuraku Ramen @ Mid Valley

Gokuraku Ramen @ Mid Valley

Our love for noodles are indescribable. Be it a plate of dry noodles or a bowl of heavenly filled ramen with piping hot soup! *wiping saliva* Having heard about the rave of Gokuraku Ramen‘s tasty broth and slurping-ly smooth ramen, it’s time to pop by. Gokuraku’s ramen are made fresh daily and emphasized very much...
Tonkatsu by Wa Kitchen @ Pavilion, KL

Tonkatsu by Wa Kitchen @ Pavilion, KL

I was ranting to Chris about killing the boredom of having our katsudon norms (yes.. chicken and beef) at a Japanese restaurant when our partner-in-crime AiWei rang the bell of dining at Tonkatsu instead. What’s Tonkatsu とんかつ? Lat’s read along. It’s a breaded, deep-fried pork cutlet, sliced into bite-sized pieces. Usually eaten with cabbage slices...
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