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Aka Ra-men Nama Karashi Ra-men
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Level3 2015-12-07
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Most ramen are served with pork based broth, but not a big pork fan myself, I was so happy and delighted that I managed to find a chicken based broth ramen in Avenue K! Easily accessible via train, we were really eager to try. Just a point to note though, even though it offers chicken based broth, it does serve pork as well.There were four of us and we ordered their signature Tamago Ramen, Zenbu Ramen and Aka ramen. We also added the Yaki Char Siew. The broth was really scrumptious and flavourful. Compared to the normal pork based soup, this is less oily for my taste bud. It was so tasty that we almost finish all the soup. Not to forget the high amount of collagen especially for girls!If you’re an egg lover like me, do not forget to add on the marinated eggs also known as Ajitsuke Tamago. Cost us about RM 2.00 each. Yes, it is expensive but worth every penny of it. The perfectly marinated and runny egg yolks, heavens. The Yaki Char Siew was pretty good too. They provided lemon slice to for you to squeeze on the char siew making the meat so juicy that it melts in our mouth literally. This is a must try!It may be a little pricey for lunch though, hence the waiting time is pretty short for us. We managed to secure a table within minutes of arriving. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-30
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marutama ramen is a small restaurant as it cannot fit many people at one timeon the tables are arranged a tissue box, chop sticks and condiments that you will require for your ramenthe ramen that i ordered had only one slice of pork and some seaweed for RM19if i added an egg, the price would come out to RM21it is quite a pricey place to eat but the chicken broth was not too thick and very flavorfulthe seaweed wasn't too fishy smelling eitheri had to ask for chili powder to give it more kick continue reading
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