Date visited: September 2013
What we ordered:
Shitake Ebi, Ajisen Ramen and Seafood Ramen
Taste = 4.5/5
– The Shitake Ebi (stuffed shitake mushrooms) was really good. The shitake flavour was not overwhelming and it was cooked tempura style including the dipping sauce. The Ajisen Ramen tasted very good. The broth’s meaty taste was just right and it really went well with the barbecued pork, which in itself was very soft, delicate and the fat was almost jelly-like. Yum! The Seafood Ramen equally tasted very good. It had fresh shrimps, crab sticks and scallops but the scallops were a little rubbery. Even if broths were essentially the same for both ramens, the ingredients blended so well they gave each ramen distinct tastes. The noodles in both dishes looked like spaghetti and they were “al dente” throughout our stay.
Service = 4.5/5
– The waiters knew how to serve their customers well enough. The place was almost full but they still were able to quickly accommodate our requests.
Ambience = 4.5/5
– The dining area was small but it didn’t feel cramped inside although the place was almost full. The seats were comfortable and everything was neat and tidy.
Value for money = 4.5/5
– The prices were a little too high but considering the good quality and taste of their food, they could justify their charges.
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