Every time when I walk at Isetan, One Utama, I will see there is a long queue at one of the Japanese restaurant, together with some noise, saying some words in Japanese out loud. I’m not too sure what they are calling for, guess maybe some sort like keep it up or the meal is ready……
Lastly, I decided to have my dinner there last Sunday. Their menu rather simple, mainly focus on the Ramen with different serving and different soup base. Yet, the soup base also quite simple – onion flavor, chili flavor, curry flavor & special mix.
My hubby and I opt for weekend special as we think the deal is worth. Haha…See, 2 person meal costs RM 60.00 with 2 Ramens, 2 green tea, 1 side dish and 1 bowl of salad.
My hubby ordered Curry flavor oil Ramens.
And mine one is Onion flavor oil Ramens. Don’t know why they want to put “oil” before the Ramens. Is that Oil refer to soup base?
Dressing – I found the fried garlic quite nice. Make the soup better taste after adding in