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Other Info
Air-conditioned
Wi-Fi
Smoking Section
Restaurant Website
http://www.ikuzoramen.com/
Signature Dishes
Buta Kakuni Ramen Cha Shu Ramen Hokkaido Ramen Tokyo Ramen Yakiniku Ramen
Review (92)
Level4 2015-06-18
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This is a Japanese restaurant which serves majority Ramen and rice dish instead of sushi. It is located next to Mc Donalds restaurant in ss2. Ikuzo ramen is the signature dish. It serves the meal without any preservatives or additives added to the broth, and comes with fresh vege and Japanese noodles. Most of the ramen here taste more or less the same and the difference is the topping. I had myself a Char Siew Ramen which is one of the chef's recommendation dish as well. The meat broth is clear and delicious,even though they didnt add in the ajinomoto.  The char siew taste comes in a large pieces and the meat is quite tender and juicy. However the dish is rather expensive compare to the noodles selling outside.   continue reading
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Here's a quick fact about Ramen: It is a Japanese noodle dish that consists of Chinese-style wheat noodles served in a meat or fish based broth, often flavored with soy sauce or miso, and uses toppings such as sliced pork, dried seaweed, green onions, corn etc. I'm sure there's a lot of ramen shop blooming in Klang Valley area alone and the ramen prices are ranged between RM15-RM30. This time round, I am going to introduce you to a place where you can get high quality and affordable ramen in the one and only place, the ramen revolution: Ikuzo Ramen.Hokkaido Ramen RM8.50Next in line is the Hokkaido Ramen with Miso Paste. I think miso paste would be most likely to be acceptable for majority of people who have tasted all the paste. Comes with 2 slices of cha-shu, bamboo shoots, spinach, bean sprouts and sweet corn.Yakiniku Ramen RM8.50Bear in mind, the type of ramen which is offered in Ikuzo Ramen is not those typical thick broth/soup but it's more towards a clear based but still has the very basic taste of ramen. NO MSG, no soup concentrates, no artificial flavouring. There's 3 type of paste which are the miso paste, shio paste and the shoyu paste. Also, there's 2 type of noodles, original thin and original thick noodle. Previously they had the spicy thin and spicy thick noodle but due to some of the customers feedback saying that it wasn't spicy enough for them. How good if I can ever try it before they took it out of the noodle selections. The very first ramen shown above is the Yakiniku Ramen with Shoyu Paste, which is one of my favorite. This ramen has grilled beef and cabbage kimuchi to accompany the thin ramen noodle.Cha-Shu Ramen RM8.90For pork lover, Cha-Shu Ramen is a must have! Comes with 5 pieces of sliced cha-shu in a shoyu paste soup. If I want to have something simple but a lot of satisfying pork meat, I will make sure to order this on my next visit!Curry Tan Tan Ramen RM6.90The name of this ramen, Curry Tan Tan sounded quite funny to me and I thought it would have something to do with egg (tan in Chinese) but it actually comes with mah lat spice (peppercorn) and minced chicken. The taste wasn't spicy as I expected and might be a bit too heavy on the salty side. Maybe it's just me, anyway for those who really want to go for some good spicy ramen, the Tom Yum Ramen at the picture below is the one to go for.Tom Yum Ramen RM10.90The Tom Yum Ramen comes with Shoyu paste soup, prawns, squid, crab meat and fish slices. I know some girls really like to have some good spicy tom yum occasionally compared to guys and so this one is a recommended ramen for you!I personally prefer the thin ramen noodle instead of the thick ramen noodle. Some of the soup based reminds me of Maggie Mee curry flavour, not sure if it's a good or a bad thing. Anyway, the prices for all the ramen are really affordable, from RM5.90-RM10.90. The side dishes will definitely be the reason for me to go back to this place. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-26
38 views
This bowl was of ramen wasn't exactly as bad as the Sanra Ramen. It was something more normal and edible. The soup wasn't even disgusting. The soup was actually pretty salty but underflavoured. The cha shu meat was pretty dry and thin, I actually prefer it more moist. Bak choi was normal, nothing special. Overall, it wasn't that disgusting but it was still pretty bad. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-26
22 views
This was apparently their signature noodles, the basic cha-shu ramen. Portion is extremely small so don't expect much. Cha-shu served in only 5 small pieces and added with a few kai lan vegetables. I wasn't impressed at all. The soup looked dense here but it is actually very bland, and tastes like water. So dilluted! My mom can cook better ramen than this. I don't know whats the point of the seaweed as well. Really bad ramen.. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-22
43 views
酸辣拉面也是这里新推出的。味道比较新奇,吃起来是酸酸辣辣的,感觉放了不少的醋,辣度也非常的强烈。这款拉面的用料也非常的多,有很多不同的蔬菜,洋葱,叉烧,温泉蛋等等。一碗RM12.80。 continue reading
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