Menya Miyabi Hokkaido Ramen @ Sunway Pyramid

  From miso to tonkotsu made with that long-simmered pork bone broth, to some simple light soya sauce-based soup, we’d have no problem getting the ramen fix in all sorts of forms in the Klang Vallley. In the most authentic and traditional restaurants to some fusion contemporary cafes that are always trying something a bit … Continue reading

Soon Soon Pan Mee & Fish Head Noodle @ Mutiara Damansara

  With those mismatched tables and plastic chairs for seats, this newly expanded coffee shop space is loud, crowded and unrefined- just the way many of us would enjoy a comfort meal before casual trendy gossips and news- both fake or real. This isn’t a newbie in town but the recent expansion means a lot … Continue reading

Guess What Vietnamese restaurant @ Kota Damansara

  Vietnamese chain and standalone restaurants are getting more and more popular in our local food scene with the latest and my most recent favourite, Guess What? at the Kota Damansara. No need to actually guess it, cause that’s the name of this Vietnamese restaurant. Don’t ask me. But there’s all the classic Vietnamese dishes … Continue reading

Solomen Cafe @ SS 2

  From ramen bowls made with long simmer pot bone broth, simple soy sauce based soup, or miso to rice bowls with delicious pork slices; we can now get our Japanese comfort meal fix in Solomen Cafe at SS2. There is not only an assortment of steaming bowls of thin wheat noodles in broth, but … Continue reading

Mak’s Chee Cheesy Wanton and Champion Milk Tea @ 1 Utama

  With festive around the corner and everyone in the mood for quirkiness, Mak’s Chee Wanton noodle at 1 Utama shopping mall recently launched a super fancy and delicious milk tea in a muscular body shaped bottle. This Champion Milk Tea (RM 6.90) combines the techniques of KamCha (the only international brewing completion on Hong … Continue reading

Bakso Monster the Fattest Bakso in Town @ Bangsar

  We don’t have that great bakso variant like those in Indonesia but Bakso Monster in Bangsar is serving us gigantic serving size at such fantastic pricing. While bakso is traditionally sold on the street by travelling vendors in Indonesia, Bakso Monster here takes over Jan’s outlet to serve not only delicious monster sized meals, … Continue reading

Bariuma Ramen @ Jaya Shopping Centre

  If you ever find yourself hungry in Jaya shopping mall, this is the place to go: Bari-Uma Ramen attracts patrons with not only their ramen, but the spread of versatility and choices of classic Japanese treats. And like many other ramen joints in town, semi open kitchen is always a delight to watch.   … Continue reading

Tokyo Ramen by Mengokoro Kunimoto @ Atria Shopping Gallery

  With just four flavours of ramen, Tokyo Ramen by Mengokoro Kunimoto at Atria Shopping Gallery is quite the appropriate place for swift and comfortable meal. Also, it’s one of the selected few Japanese restaurant with Tsukemen. The interior is bright, polished and neat with selected nook filled with adorable Japanese ornaments. And like many … Continue reading

Kisyu Ramen @ Desa Sri Hartamas

  Kisyu Ramen in Hartamas is yet another Japanese noodle shops that are stacking up like jets over the KLIA. With plenty of Japanese chain of ramen restaurants launched in Klang Valley over the years, some even highly regarded in Japan itself; those entrants set a clear bench mark to almost initiate the ramen outbreak … Continue reading

Kung Fu Room @ Viva Home Mall

  When visiting the previous Doraemon expo in Cheras Viva Mall, I managed to look around for restaurants and even though it was nothing close to shopping paradise in this mall, there are some decent eateries within the mall that’ll mainly attract family crowd as well as the neighborhood patrons.   Here at the Kung … Continue reading

Jikasei Ramen @ SS 2

  From Kyushu-style tonkotsu made with long-simmered pork bone broth, to simple miso based soup, we’ve seen a spate of ramen joints and Jikasei Ramen at SS 2, Petaling Jaya is quite a good pick to grab a good steaming bowl of ramen at reasonable pricing. With only a handful of varieties to offer, the … Continue reading

Big Spoon Noodle @ Puchong, Setiawalk

  It looks like we cannot get enough of KL’s hippest trend- to eat and stack the bowls and later snap and post on the internet to flood and clog up the social media feeds with the towers and towers of bowls we polished. This one called the Big Spoon in Puchong shares the same … Continue reading