Yamagoya Ramen @ Solaris Dutamas
Yamagoya Ramen Solaris Dutamas is the first branch of this famous ramen chains from Japan with over 140 of franchised outlets. Recent year restaurants specializing in Kyushu-style ramen seem to be popping up around Malaysia. Kyushu-style ramen is Tonkotsu (pork bone) ramen with a deliciously thick broth that is so rich, in fact, that if you let it sit for a few minutes, a slightly disconcerting film will appear on the surface of your soup. What's in the Signature Yamagoya Special Ramen? Noodles, slices of fatty pork "char siu", hard-boiled eggs with a creamy bright-orange yolks, beansprouts, chopped spring onion, bamboo shoot, seaweed, fried garlic and black fungus. I noticed that there are many Japanese expatriate patrons in Yamagoya Ramen, this looked promising.
A2-G2-8, Solaris Dutamas,
No.1, Jalan Dutamas 1,
50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: 03-6206 2220
Monday to Thursday 10am to 10pm;
Friday to Sunday 10am to 11pm.
Facebook: Yamagoya Ramen KL
Freshly made ramen
Mugi Cha, RM2.00Known as roasted barley tea, it is a cooling summer beverage in Japan that are available all year round.
Fried Chicken, RM11.00Crispy fried chicken which is juicy and tender. Quality assured cause the restaurant only used the thigh part of Kampung Chicken to make their fried chicken.
Yamagoya Soy Sauced Egg, RM4.00Boiled egg marinated in soy sauce which gave the outer layer light brown color, with a bright orange egg yolk, soft and creamy texture
Char Siu, RM11.00
Thinly sliced but tender pork (char siu) a mix of layered fats and lean meat, lovely aroma results from roasting and a melting texture.
Gyoza, RM11.00A plate of six small succulent dumplings that are pan-fried till crispy filled with chunks of minced chicken meat
Mukashi Special Ramen, RM24.00Noodles served with tonkotsu soup, topped with 2 slices of pork (cha siu), boiled egg (ni tamago), seaweed sheet (nori), bamboo shoot, beansprouts, black fungus, fried garlic and spring onions. It was delicious, the milky color pork bone broth tasted savory and wasn't too salty or oily.
Spicy Tobanjan Ramen, RM22.00More or less looked like tonkotsu ramen with an additional spicy bean paste served separately. Spicy but not overpowered the broth taste.
Yamagoya Ramen, RM19.00A large bowl of ramen topped with thinly sliced tender pork (cha siu) served in silky and rich tonkotsu broth.
Miso Ramen, RM24.00Slightly heavier in taste, more saltiness, result from the blending of two different soup together. Noodles served with 2 slices of pork (cha siu), bamboo shoot, beansprouts, black fungus and spring onions.
Black Garlic Ramen, RM22.00
Strictly for garlic lover, a strong fragrant from black garlic. A large bowl of ramen served with silky rich tonkotsu broth, topped with black garlic oil.
Kimchi Ramen, RM22.00
Basically everything else tasted the same but with the extra zing of kimchi for kimchi lover.
Char Siu Ramen, RM24.00
If you can't have enough of the char siu, then order yours with char siu only.
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