Goku Raku Ramen
In 1872, noodles were introduced to Japan from mainland China. Since then, ramen has become a prominent dish in Japan. It is known to be as one of Japan's staple foods and favoured meal among the locals.
Over the century, ramen has developed into various styles. Different regions in Japan created their own special type of ramen, based on distinct soup types. In northern areas such as Sapporo, the Miso soup is a popular choice for ramen, whereas in southern districts like Hakata and Tokyo, the Tonkotsu (pork-based) broth and soy-flavoured ramen dishes are preferred by the locals.
At Goku Raku Ramen, we are introduced to the "Horikiri Style" ramen, discovered by noted ramen connoisseur, Mr, Terushina Shimizu. The unique style meshes well with the palatable pork, chicken and fish mixed broth, as well as the Shio (salt) and Shoyu (Japanese soy sauce) soup base especially made by the chef. The broth is simmered for long hours to bring out its exquisite taste and the ramen they serve is made fresh daily with their ramen-making machine.
Now let's get start with this Ultimate Black
The Kakumi Curry Rice RM23.90, you can request additional curry sauce RM7.90
White rice served with braised pork belly, curry sauce, shreded chili and topped with soft boiled egg. It is yummy curry rice, which I like because it is not spicy.
If you prefer having without mixing the half boiled egg is alright, I try that still delicious to eat. I also tried mixing the egg in rice and eat the texture is thicker.
Love to try more dumplings? Check out Ebi Gyoza
Now let's move forward to dessert, the Annin Tofu, price at RM4.90