Sunday, November 30, 2014

Ocha and Matcha

We went to Nana's Green Tea at One Utama for our lunch one day and ordered a main meal that comes with a drink (MYR18.80++) each from their set menu.

Beef patty (you can opt for chicken patty) with rice, salad, shredded daikon (white radish) and miso soup. This set meal comes with a drink of your choice. The rice is quite firm so if you prefer soft rice, it is advisable to order another main dish without rice.

Salmon Rice with Miso Soup 

Curry chicken Udon

Hot pot of ocha tea - very fragrant

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Light Matcha Tea (Hot) - if you want a hot drink, I think hot ocha tea is better than hot matcha tea because ocha tea is more fragrant. Matcha tea is made from green tea powder.

Iced Matcha Latte

Interior

16 comments:

  1. I thought the daikon was mashed potatoes, on top of the beef..Portion looks big, ok la, enuff for me, hehe..

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    1. Finally a portion big enough for you. :D

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  2. Wowwwww!!!! Not cheap. Ya, I would prefer the ocha tea - the green tea looks so green, never like the powder in anything.

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    1. The matcha is made from grinding high quality green tea leaves into powder so that's why so green.

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  3. The food definitely looks good!
    I'm having a craving for Japanese curry now. I've had 3 rounds of Katsu curry rice in the cafeteria last week. But I don't think I will cook it myself, to cook it from scratch seems like a super tedious process..

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    1. I think you can get ready-made Japanese curry paste but you need to fry your own chicken to get chicken katsu.

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  4. The lunch set looks pretty good and the portion size seems quite generous.

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  5. The first set looks very "huge".... you are really a Japanese food fan, Mun!

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    1. but you will never catch me eating teppanyaki and yakitori. :D

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  6. I may not be a Japanese food fan, but the food posted do look interesting and tasty.

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    1. I would say this is Japanese Western fusion food.

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  7. The ice latte matcha looks refreshing! I love green tea too :)

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    1. Do you plan to eat at this place?

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  8. yummy food, desserts and drinks! i like that the green tea is so refreshing and dun feel guilty after having a heavy meal..haha!

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    1. The green matcha tea really clears my palate.

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