Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Hokkaido Ramen Santouka Tokyo Street, Pavilion

Introducing Colbert and Cynthia, maybe known as Colthia. Haha.

Introducing Jeeva.

Hot Green Tea.

Steamed Egg.
Although I can't eat but I can't help myself especially come to Cawanmushi. Damn it! It was really smooth compare the other Cawanmushi I had. Damn smooth. Yea, I do wanna to order another cup ;)

Fried Glutinous Rice. Look like a simple fried rice but you will crave for more.

Fabolous char-siew pork. Marinated pork, it do had little salty brings out when you chewed it.

Komi-Tamago (Favoured Boiled Egg). 
I don't know how does it taste but according to Cynthia and Colbert it has little crispy and some herb absorbed into the eggs.

Chicken Gyoza (Chicken Dumpling). Crispy and heaven! Recommended dish.

Shio Ramen (Salt Flavour)
It's s classic ramen with simple soup base savored with fabulous char-siew pork. Heavenly! It is salty soup based. Still salty but not very-the-salty like the other day I had it.

Shimino (Japanese Crepes)
Shimino is a french delight in a Japanese twist. You can see lots of varieties that offer sweet, savory and crispy creeps with fruity flavor combination; kiwi, mango, strawberry etc and adding ice-cream, honey, as topping.

Mochi Sweet. 
Mochi is a traditional food in Japanese New Year. Japanese rice cake made of glutinous flour. It is now known as dessert. This Mochi is different than we had normally; specially prepared from ingredients flown and it kept at -20degrees Celsius. Mochi served after 10-15minutes.

Address: Ramen Santouka, Tokyo Street, Level 6, Pavilion KL. 168 Jalan Bukit Bintang. 55100 Kuala Lumpur.
Telephone: 03-21438878

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