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Signature Dishes
Chili Udon House Special Udon Original Soup Udon
Review (3)
Level4 2013-09-01
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First of all, Marufuku didn’t quite appeal to me from the begining. But I went ahead and gave it a try anyway. To my surprise, it wasn’t such a bad experience for me. Although I had to make a second attempt for on the first attempt, they weren’t open. And do take note that was a public holiday. So I didn’t quite get the concept of them closing on public holidays. Nonetheless, I really like the dining experience. Now first of all, the whole lakeside view is astonishingly divine. The fact that the place caters to 70 percent of students, upon pass 8 pm, it will be really quiet and peaceful. The shop reminds me so much like actual Japanese restaurant in Japan. Small shop with few tables. I was there for the Big Nabe.It was served on a portable stove so I love the fact that the soup is always hot. Also, the staffs were very attentive and thoughtful. They constantly refill soup from our claypot and I have to say that it was really satisfying, especially on a cold raining night, by the lakeside.There was chicken, carrots, radish, fresh shitake mushroom, spring onions and lots of cabbage. The soup is really sweet from the bighearted amount of ingredients. It’s really a bluff when they said its for 2person, cause I thought it could feed 5 me. Together with the pot of soup is their famous Udon noodle.Basically, the boiling soup is to go with the udon noodle, and trust me with this. The dining experience was really relaxing. Kind of like the feeling when having steamboat, but better. continue reading
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Level4 2012-10-24
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This has always been my favourite place for a bowl of noodles and the price here is inexpensive too. I would always go for the house special whenever I dine at marafuku. The house special consist of an egg with specially hand made udon.The egg is half boiled egg and I would mix it thoroughly with the mee before eating. The mee has a chewy texture to it and goes well with the egg. continue reading
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Normal green tea, it's bottomless, you can refill how many times you want. You can refill it yourself at the small bar table there.This is karaage or you may call it japanese chicken nugget like what's stat on the coupon. Too bad, the karaages were half-cooked.Believe me, this is nice, especially if you order cold udon. The soup made from japanese soy sauce. Not too salty, a bit refreshing. And the most important character, Udon, i believe this is really a homemade udon. The texture of udon is tender enough and chewy. The wakame have a subtly sweet flavour and slippery texture. You can mix the udon with some wasabi, it will make it taste much better. I don't really like this one. The texture of the udon become soft when it cook in hot soup. This spoil the tenderness of the udon. It's no longer chewy. The soup is almost same with the wakame udon, but i still prefer cold soup with wasabi and the wakame did made the soup more tasty. The aburaage is really small. One piece and the only piece in the udon. continue reading
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