Ramen Kanbe (Malaysia).
Do you like the Japanese noodles commonly known as Ramen? If you do, which soup base do you prefer? The chicken base or pork base?
Recently I visited Ramen Kanbe, an eatery which offers distinctive flavored broth based ramens. Their Charsiu Ramenis priced at RM21 consisting of 7 thinly sliced of charsiu, some high quality kelp from Hokkaido served with Ramen Kanbe’s distinctive flavored soup and soya sauce and garnished with some spring onions. Eggs are not included in this bowl of ramen but if you wish to have one or two, you may order the soft-boiled eggs for RM3.00 an egg.
If you are a familiar with ramen, you should know that the broth plays an important part here. Ramen Kanbe’s broth is made of chicken bones and vegetables boiled for very long hours. According to its menu, they claimed that they boil the chicken broth for up to 7 hours. 7 hours is really a very long period of time. No wonder the soup taste so good.
If you would like to have more charsiu, you may order this Otsumami Charsiu which is priced at RM10.00. The taste differs slightly from the ones dipped into the ramen broth the later are more flavorful thanks to Ramen Kanbe’s custom made soy sauce. For your information, Ramen Kanbe’s soy sauce is made of a mixture of two kinds of authentically brewed soy sauces, some high quality kelp from Hokkaido and salt. The taste is very distinctive and I don’t remember tasting anything like this elsewhere.
If you prefer rice, you should order their fried rice. We ordered their Mini Fried Rice which is priced at RM9. The simplest way to describe Ramen Kanbe’s mini bowl of fried rice is that it is a very flavorful with lots of ingredients. Each and every grain of rice is packed with flavors – that is how good it is.
Next, this is Ramen Kanbe’s Chicken Kaarage or also known as the Japanese Fried Chicken. This crispy and juicy on the inside chicken is delicious and is only for RM10. If you love fried chicken, you must try this.
For drinks, I ordered their lemon juice with ice. Sugar water is given separately, so you may add any amount of sugar water into your drink.
For lunch, there are a few choices for you to choose from. I have made a rough calculation by comparing the ala carte items in the menu and the set lunch. You will be able to save more if you order the items as listed in their set lunch.
So if you are around Empire Damansara area, go and try Ramen Kanbe’s ramen. If you do not know where Empire Damansara is, it is located close to PJ Trade Centre. ONce you have tried them, let me know what you think about Ramen Kanbe’s ramen. Thanks for reading and I wish you a wonderful day ahead.
G28, Block Empire Retail
Empire Damansara No.2, Jalan PJU 8
47820, PJ, Selangor
Tel : 016-202 5812
Business hours: 11.30am – 10pm
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