My Oreo Shake (RM15.90). It was nice and creamy, and the bits of ground Oreo added some crunch to it. It wasn’t particularly fantastic though, and the portion was quite small so it wasn’t worth the price, for me at least. The ice creams look like they fare better (bigger portion), according to videos online.
Overall, we enjoyed the ramen here. Do check it out as an alternative to the other popular one. Besides ramen, Shin Harutei also serves udon, rice bowls, and nabe.
My dish is Mazesoba - noodles with cheese curry.
What’s most attractive about this street-inspired Japanese restaurant is the prices. You can get a hearty bowl of rice or ramen from RM16.90 to RM19.90 which is rare and very affordable, compared with other places that charge closer to RM30 per bowl.
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First, we had the Shitake Nanban (RM12.90). The Nanban sauce is a vinegar sauce, which gives a bit of a tart flavour, and is served paired with their very own home made tar tar sauce. The batter was deep fried perfectly, and when cut open, the mushroom itself is juicy enough that it's not too dry. Definitely one of my favorite dish in Momochan.
♥Verdict: Our Ramen experience at Menya Shi Shi Do was a bit underwhelming. The food didn’t quite impress us, revisit? Most probably not so soon I think.
Verdict: Our Ramen experience at Menya Shi Shi Do was a bit underwhelming. The food didn’t quite impress us, revisit? Most probably not so soon I think.
Momo Chan has launched a 3-course Christmas menu to give you a great Christmas Japanese feast during this festive season!