into Mizukawa Japanese Restaurant and be ready to be greeted with
its comfy-centric environment, suitable for both casual hang out as well as a perfect
venue for family dining.
the avenue of IOI Boulevard in Puchong, Mizukawa has been whetting the palate
of nearby folks for over 3 months now, offering a promising myriad of Japanese
delights to tantalize your taste buds discerningly. Diners could browse
patiently from the wide choices before deciding on those that intrigue you the
most, from appetizers, salad, sashimi, nigiri sushi, aburi mentai sushi, maki
sushi, yakimono, agemono, kushiyaki, donburi, sukiya buffet, kaminabe, udon
pasta, to teishoku, as well as the latest addition of new menu; ramen.
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to our utter surprise, the ramen served here is one noteworthy dish worth
exploring further with various toppings to go with (before it gets overshadowed
by the other delish Japanese fares that we shall share later, hehe).The noodles
come especially springy and slurpy, and not easily get soggy in the soup when
diners get too carried away with their chatting and camaraderie at times. Truly
remarkable and highly recommend it.
it’s available in set, comes with complementing fish cakes, salad and fruits
salad that comes with wafu and mayo dressing, besides crispy bites
of fish cakes addictively.For
the Original Ramen Set, we have the best of both worlds; original soup and spicy
CHICKEN BBQ RAMEN (17.90)
the tender and nicely rolled up meat, adequately marinated before slowly braised
in special sauce to amuse your taste buds. Soup is very flavourful that is
subtlely enhanced with sweetness from long hours boiling of chicken and fish
bones. We personally enjoy this set very much, no wonder it’s also a popular
choice among diners, the best-seller according to Shawn, the owner of Mizukawa.SPICY SEAFOOD RAMEN (MYR 18.90)
those who prefer some spicy kick in their ramen bowl, then this seafood ramen
in spicy broth comes ideally inviting. Comprising of oceanic wonders like
salmon, squids and prawns, all flavoured up in the spiced soup prepared with
special inhouse blend of chili powder, it makes up an appetizingly aromatic
dish that is not overly spicy, so foodies with faint tongue could also enjoy
this delish ramen as well. UNAGI TOFU SALAD (MYR 30.80)
river eel layered atop silky beancurd with mayonnaise and sesame dressing.
each mouthful helping of the saporous unagi slice that has been thoroughly
glazed and served with salad in wafu sauce and in house prepared goma sauce, even
soya sauce too.SASHIMI 5 TEN MORI (MYR 68.80)
out to sashimi buff!
in the colorfully fresh combination of almon, maguro, hamachi, shiro maguro and salmon toro. Bounteous sashimi cuts are munificently served
to satisfy your craving for these Japanese quintessential delights.
The salmon literally melts
in your mouth!
MIZUKAWA SPECIAL ROLL SUSHI (MYR 22.80)
roll made in the unconventional way by dishing it up on a plate with special
bake cream, shrimp roe and sweet sauce. We must say that this is a
fantastic idea to both palatably and visually that tempts us with the idea of
totally forgetting about the usual conical roll moving forward. Not only it’s
conveniently consumed, but also wonderfully toothsome!
IKA MARUYAKI (MYR 18.90)
the yakimono, we heed with Shawn’s suggestion of trying the
specially grilled whole squid with homemade teriyaki sauce. The
decision is proven right when relishing in the enticing chewy bites of the
perfectly grilled Japanese squid with the unique savory sauce that is sapid but
not as overpowering sweet as commonly encountered in mass commercial
MISAKI HOTATE YAKI (MYR 23.90)
superb rendition of baked scallop with cream sauce, laces of sweet crab meat
and shrimp roe for the utmost seafood delectation.
CREAMY KAKI YAKI (MYR 18.90)
house crafted baked oyster that has been lightly breaded and speedily deep
fried beforehand, and then drizzled with bake cream sauce, shrimp roe
and seaweed. Like the idea of the earlier handling of the oyster by first
frying it up to get rid of any unpleasant seawater taste and to give a tangy contrast
KINOKO BUTTER (MYR 15.90)
fans like me would be thrilled over this homey and yummy fragrantly cooked
dish- assortment of mixed mushrooms with butter and bonito flakes.
Slimply awesome and thumbs up!
who don’t love kushiyaki? Just how the Japanese love their fave street
food freshly grilled till perfection while retaining the juice!
YAKITORI (MYR 12.90)
cubes of skewered grilled chicken meat. Guests could actually
request and check with Shawn whether their choice of kushiyaki sticks could be
done according to personal taste preference- in this case, I have it shio yaki-
grilled with salt rather than as suggested in the menu. Yum!
IKA GESSO KUSHI (MYR 17.90)
shouldn’t miss this cutely skewered grilled squid head that is plainly
winning with its chunky bite-sized and delicious glaze. Caveat be told, you
would tend to get hooked on to it for more! (=
Rather than ending every
meal from The Land of Rising Sun with matcha gelato by default, why not give
some citrusy sorbet a try?
SORBET (MYR 10.50 each)
Orange- a hit among regularsCoconut
made with pandan (screwpine)
Overall, the array of
Japanese food that is served at Mizukawa promises a mouthwatering affair and
patrons get to enjoy the spread within a cozy and soothing environment. Menu
featured are interestingly appealing and delicious for Shawn really emphasizes
only freshest ingredients are served, otherwise withdrawn, and insist to make
most of the sauce inhouse for a spectacular dining experience at Mizukawa. Do
remember to check it out soon guys!
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Location: G36, IOI Boulevard Puchong, Jalan Kenari 5, 47100
Contact: +6010-933 7839
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