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I have seen this place opened for quite a while and noticed that the price of the food is quite reasonable at RM 12.80. The place is designed in a food court style. We could not even get a table despite paying RM 55.60 for this type of food in an environment like this. Mum said they don't even have a waiter bringing us to the table and we had to look for own table. Mother was complaining about the expensive price whereas for me, I think the price is quite reasonable, that is, if you compare it t
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I have seen this place opened for quite a while and noticed that the price of the food is quite reasonable at RM 12.80. The place is designed in a food court style. We could not even get a table despite paying RM 55.60 for this type of food in an environment like this. Mum said they don't even have a waiter bringing us to the table and we had to look for own table. Mother was complaining about the expensive price whereas for me, I think the price is quite reasonable, that is, if you compare it to other Japanese restaurants. 

We could not even find an empty table and had to wait at least 5 minutes for a table. I wonder why the place is so packed. I personally did not like to eat Udon because I prefer soba which is thinner. I do not like udon except when it is fried. 

Me and dad ordered the Curry Udon at RM 12.80. The curry is thick enough and one thing is for sure, it is not as powdery as some others that I have tried. There are only a few meagre pieces of carrots and onions and 2 potato chunks inside. I could even count the toppings inside! Seriously! 

Mum ordered the Spicy Miso Chicken Udon (RM 12.80). The miso soup was thankfully not as salty as the ones elsewhere. There was a watery half-boiled egg for this. This is mother's words as I did not get to try it. 

The most expensive is the tempura which costs RM 4.80 each. We ordered two which costs RM 9.60. It is terrible as it is too expensive and the air has gone inside making it soggy. It is not particularly soggy but more to the air going in. A word of caution: Do not order tempura here unless you are willing to pay RM 4.80 for sogginess.

The tempura vegetables cost RM 3.80 but this is better than the tempura ebi as this is crispier and has more ingredients such as seaweed and carrots.  

The Chawanmushi costs RM 3.80 each. There was no topping inside at all. I still prefer Chawanmushi in normal Japanese restaurants especially at Sakae Sushi which comes with fake shark's fins. 

The tea costs RM 1.50 per pax. We spilled ours when trying to pour the tea. 

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Date of Visit
2015-06-28
Waiting Time
2 Minutes (Dine In)
Spending Per Head
RM55.60