Friday, October 30, 2015

Ra-men Bankara

Tonkotsu Kakuni Ramen with Ni Tamago - MYR36.15+ 10% service charge = MYR39.75 - we chose this because we wanted to try the kakuni (braised pork) in a pork broth without any special soy sauce in it. The broth is very creamy not due to milk but from many hours of boiling the pork bones. 

There are many other ramen choices so for ramen in superior pork broth lovers, this restaurant is a must-try.

 Gyoza - MYR12.80+ 10% service charge = MYR14.10 for 5 pieces in one serving.

Cabbage and pork fillings

Annin Tofu - MYR7.50+ = MYR8.25 - only if you like the taste of chinese almond (apricot kernels). The hot green tea next to the tofu costs MYR3.50+ = MYR3.85 and is refillable.

Condiments - some sauces, sesame, pickled ginger, raw garlic - a garlic press is provided too.

 10% Service Charge and 6% GST - Total Price - MYR65.95

Interior

Located next to New York Pizza. The main branch is at Avenue K

30 comments:

  1. Wiw.. They are very generous with the cloves of garlic!

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    1. I don't think anyone could eat that much raw garlic. Lol!

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  2. Two also my favourites! Ramen and gyoza.. I can eat 10 gyoza! I can never have enough of gyoza la.. hehehe..

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    1. This gyoza you can eat 20 and can still eat more but ramen I think you can manage one bowl only if you drink all the broth.

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  3. I wouldn't mind trying the gyoza.

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  4. hmmm I saw this Bankara Ramen and Mikey's Pizza yesterday while I was lining up at McD (for the nanoblocks) ytday at MV.. and I also passed through their outlet in Avenue K, though have not tried before..

    you ordered all the above for yourself?? unbelievable, you are such a small eater, how could you finish them all??

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    1. You got your nanoblocks? Not mine. I ate the tofu and half of the gyoza and two spoonfuls of the ramen only.

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  5. I would want that bowl of ramen and gyoza right now. It is chilling over here as it rained this morning. Bbbbrrr!

    Nice eatery and they have so much condiment.

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    1. Yup, suitable for a chilling morning!

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  6. I almost never get to eat at ramen houses coz my son doesn't eat ramen :(

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    1. Go eat when your son is at school?

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  7. But, almost RM 40, quite pricey leh that ramen. Although the broth does look superb lah. Is this one of those super atas Japanese restaurant chain?

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    1. No lah. Normal specialty ramen shop only. Nobo is the expensive Japanese restaurant.

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  8. quite pricey food there. But if suka, hentam aje la

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    1. Price is similar to other specialty ramen shop.

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  9. I must go and eat ramen one day.

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    1. Must eat at all the ramen shops - ippudo, menya mushahi, ....

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  10. the green tea is come with a pot or a cup?

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  11. For 40 bucks I swipe the garlic also not enough haha. But yes, this is a nice place to eat.

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    1. You have eaten at their avenue k shop?

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    2. Yes, just once though! Not so cheap.

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    1. If you like pork broth, yes it is delicious!

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    1. The price is due to the rich tonkotsu broth!

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  14. The ramen looks big bowl and delicious! I love that eggs and its colour. Sometimes I found the ramen prices in KL more expensive than in Japan. I can eat 5 Gyoza and give the 10 to Princess Ribbon! Muahahaha

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    1. You plan to buy 3 plates of gyoza? Lol!

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