Edo Ramen – the original Handmade Japanese Ramen which is being introduces to Malaysia where the restaurant brings us with the original Homemade Japanese Ramen. Edo Ramen introduces Malaysians to Tokyo –style ramen with a unique recipe by notable ramen connoisseur Mr Tetsuya Fukino. Branching off from Goku Raku Ramen, Edo Ramen brings us with a fresh approach to ramen where they would love to give a better indulgence of ramen with affordable and greater value. This is where their ramen starts from RM 9.90 onwards.
Edo Ramen- the original Handmade Japanese Ramen and here Edo Ramen had introduces Malaysians with the Tokyo – Style of Ramen which it brings a unique recipe by notable ramen connoisseur, In here, ramen enthusiasts can choose from 4 types of soups and two ccategoriestopping which depending on their preference.
For beginner; start yourself with the Tokyo Ramen where the ramen broth is boiled over low fire for 7 hours. The broth of chicken and anchovies sets the foundation to the ramen enjoyment. The Tokyo ramen (RM 9.90 (R) / RM 11.90 (L)) is well served with corns, a slice of chashu and vegetable with it. The broth comes clean where it brings a light taste with it. I love the Tokyo Ramen as how it is presented. For those who are looking for additional ingredients in their ramen; they can choose the Ultimate Tokyo (RM 15.90 (M) / RM 17.90 (L)) where the serving had added more ingridients on top like egg, pork belly and seaweed with it.
As for the Ultimate Black Ramen (RM 15.90) is being served with the classic pork broth with the Japanese Fish Powder and the fragrant garlic oil. The ramen is well done with the fragrant flavours with it where the Ultimate Back is amazingly awesome. Served with 2 pieces of chashu, an egg, pork belly and other ingiridents with it.
Moving to the Ultimate Gyukotsu Ramen (RM 15.90 (Promo) RM 17.90 (N.P) which is their Special Beef Bone Ramen where the soup is being prepared in house with the flavourful blend. The broth comes thick and flavourful where each mouthful is just as good with the flavourful beef in it.
Do get an add on with your meals where you can have the Boiled Gyoza for 3 pcs (RM4.90). Boiled till perfection and topped with chilly oil; the gyoza comes pretty juicy.
If you are looking for some fried items, you can try the Pan Fried Gyoza (RM 4.90). I don’t really the pan fried gyoza as it comes pretty oily to me.
We ended with the Aburi Japanese Char Siew (RM 11.90) where the char siew is well done with the great flavours. The taste is simply appetizing and awesome
Mid Valley Megamall, Kuala Lumpur ( Opened 20th August 2014)
Level 2, North Court, Mid Valley Megamall ( Near to AEON & FOS)
Tel : 03-2201 8779
Business Hour: 10 am – 10 pm
Gurney Paragon, Penang
Level 1, Gurney Paragon Mall (Opposite Starbucks)
Tel: 604-226 0961