Thursday, February 13, 2014


Instead of eating more "rich" (my read: arteries clogging, high cholesterol!)  Chinese meals, my sister Yoke decided to treat all of us to this delightful and "ching"  Japanese home-style Udon Noodles. 

Simple decor and relaxing ambience with the giant sofa in front as you wait for your table. 

The enterprising owner of the shop greeted and welcomed us warmly.   Service was efficient and our orders were taken quickly. The menu is not extensive, limiting to its signature Udon Noodles and set meals are the best offers including free flow of green tea.

 Udon is a type of thick wheat flour noodle of Japanese cuisine.   In Japan, Udon Noodles are usually served chilled in summer and hot in winter. 

Smart choice-  my nephew enjoying  his bowl of cold Udon Mee during this hot Chinese New Year spell! 

Kushiage promotion now  

Kushiage - Japanese style deep fried kebabs - chicken, seafood and seasonal vegetables.   These are skewered on bamboo and dipped in egg, flour and panko (Japanese breadcrumbs) and then deep fried. Loved these golden nuggets - crispy on outside while the meat is moist and juicy and the vegetables are just soft and sweet- wonderful.

edamame - slightly salty and warm and chicken kuishiage. 

Seasonal vegetables: pumpkin, sweet potato, mushroom, crab filament stick, eggplant and ladies fingers

Kushiage ebi-  

Signature Udon Noodles  - springy noodles served with a mildly flavoured clear broth- which is made of dashi, shoyu (soya sauce) and mirin.    We were informed that the udon noodles are handmade and supplied daily to the shop.   This is topped with spring onions, seaweed and aburaage (sweetened deep fried tofu pockets). 

Kare Udon- ... another all time favourite- Japanese curry! Very satisfying indeed. 
You can opt to have it with rice.

Address: No. 2A Jalan SL 1/12
Bandar Sungai Long,
43100 Kajang,
Selangor Darul Ehsan

How about celebrating your Valentine's Day lunch/dinner here?
Happy Valentine's Day
Enjoy your weekend!


  1. When i saw the word Japanese, my eye immediate blink blink as i'm a fan of Japanese foods, keke...

  2. Hi, Sharon
    Happy Valentine's Day. and Happy Chap Goh Mei!
    Good, we both like Japanese food!
    Enjoy your weekend!

  3. Next time i visit my sis, must ask her bring me to this place