Cracking our heads to choose an eating place for our lunch seems tough. There are so many choices when you are at a shopping mall. I must admit that Malaysians are spoil with tonnes of food choices. Therefore to make it quick, we look through the ‘list of restaurants’ of Midvalley and finally we decided to choose Goku Raku Ramen. I’ve read several positive reviews from food bloggers whom wrote about this place. No doubt, its indeed a choice and you should try it yourself.
At Goku Raku Ramen, the Ramen Haven serving you authentic Japanese Ramen. The ramen here are made fresh everyday, using the ramen machine. While broth are simmered to perfection for 48 hours to bring out its exquisite taste. If you dislike ramen, well you can still have another choice. You may choose to have rice.
An informative menu…provides simple description on each dish.
Never knew that there are steps to enjoy a bowl of ramen. All I know is just pick up a pair of chopstick and makan! ^^
Hhmm….looks like Wanyi is studying really hard….on the menu.
Minutes later, these 2 gals were busy cam-whoring….
The refillable Green Tea – RM2
Plain Water with Lemon Slice – RM2
A blogger wrote, “Chef Kanai San explained that the lemon infused water would clear our palettes better than green tea.“
Ultimate Tonkotsu Ramen – RM20.90
Tonkotsu Broth Noodles topped with Char Siew, Flavoured Egg, Black Fungus, Spring Onion, Leek, Bamboo Shoot, Seaweed and Fragrant Garlic Oil.
If you are a first timer to ramen, I would suggest you to choose Ultimate Tonkotsu Ramen. The broth is on mild side yet tasty. While the ramen is springy.
Spicy Tonkotsu Ramen – RM17.90
Spicy Tonkotsu Broth Noodles topped with Char Siew, Black Fungus, Spring Onion, Bamboo Shoot, Bean Sprout and Seaweed.
If you like something spicy, Spicy Tonkotsu Ramen is definitely a good choice! The spicy broth gives you the ‘kick’. Meanwhile, the bamboo shoot is crunchy yet doesn’t have that ‘weird’ taste.
Goku Raku Miso Ramen – RM20.90
Miso in Tonkotsu Broth Noodles topped with Cabbage, Minced Pork and Fragrant Garlic Oil.
Minced pork were delicious and tasty. Miso Ramen has stronger flavor broth…. However, I find it a lil too oily.
I almost forgotten about this egg that I’ve ordered, after I place it aside. Then the gals pointed on the egg, only I remembered. What an old lady I am…. ^^
This egg was good. A slight taste of soy sauce on the outer part. Moreover the egg texture was good too…not too hard or overcooked.
An advertorial for Goku Raku Ramen?? Will it pass?? Hahah….Goku Raku Ramen
Lot S25 and S26, Level 2 Mid Valley City.,
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Telephone No.: 03-2282 3924
Opening Hours: 11am to 10pm
Website: http://www.gokuraku-ramen.com/ Remark: This restaurant has closed down. Thank you.
9 thoughts on “Lunch @ Goku Raku Ramen, Midvalley”
Yeah we have been told by Chef Kanai not to drink green tea with ramen. Bcos green tea will affect your tongue from tasting the broth properly. Actually if u find it too oily, next time u can request it without the leek oil. It’s added just before they serve u.
Baby Sumo – Isit? Ohh…I thought that’s the oil from minced pork :-p
Thanks for the info! 😉
That food looks really delicious. You take such pretty photos. And you and your friends are gorgeous!
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Thanks SimplyTia…..glad that you like it…
Wishing you Happy New Year…a great year ahead…CHEERS!
oh yeah, i’m usually kinda nervous when i see ‘bamboo shoot’ on the menu, cos it tastes kinda funky to me too! 😀
Sean – nod nod…agreed!
I fell in love with Goku Ramen jor ler…… Always craving for it ler….. *DENG*
Ash – Yawor….you had it few rounds in a month jor…
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