Ippudo @ Gardens Mid ValleyThursday, July 21, 2016
Starting with some appetisers is the Peperon Edamame which is blanched edamame tossed in dried chilli, savoury salt infused with the garlic stir fried and olive oil with Japanese seven spice. It would serve as a savoury starter to kick start the meal. We really love this new way of preparing the edamame, will definitely reorder this.
|Peperon Edamame - RM 9.00|
Hakata Hitokuchi Nigiri, rice infused in house char siew sauce along with char siew cubes and serve on the seaweed along sliced basil topped with mentaiko. Decent bite size and a hint of the sauce evident in the bite. It feels like eating Glutinous Rice in Lotus Leaves, in this case lotus leave is replace with seaweed.
|Hakata Hitokuchi Nigiri - RM 14.00 (4 pcs)|
Soft Shell Crab Bun, Soft Shell Crab is deep fried while the texture is juicy, and the taste is sealed in thus making every bite excretes tasty. The crispy exterior is laced with teriyaki sauce and mayo which is served in the soft bun. Tasty and would appeal to many.
|Soft Shell Crab Bun - RM 10.00|
|IPPUDO Takoyaki - RM 14.00|
Salmon Foil Yaki, Spicy ponzu served with steamed salmon and assorted vegetables. The mixture chili and ponzu had envelop the overall taste which might go well over some drinks. Serving salmon fish head portion, the bones is scattered everywhere definitely not children friendly.
|Salmon Foil Yaki - RM 20.00|
|Karaka-Men - RM 27.90 (Spicy Level 1)|
|Karaka-Men - RM 27.90 (Spicy Level 3)|
Time for some dessert. Serving in their Ice-cream Bun, a combination of Vanilla and Green Tea Ice cream served with deep fried buns. Excellent to cool the taste bud after such adventurous taste exploration.
|Ice Cream Bun - RM 12.90|
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