Edo Ramen - Yummy & Great Value Ramen

Ramen finds its origins in China before making its appearance in Japan in the 20th century. Since then, ramen has become one of Japan’s staple foods and favoured meal.
Ramen - the popular Japanese food that can be found in the whole Japan country
Over the years, ramen has developed into various styles. Different regions in Japan are known for their own special type of ramen, with 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.
Edo (江戸) was the former name of Tokyo during the Tokugawa Shogunate or samurai era. Branching off from Goku Raku Ramen, Edo Ramen brings a fresh approach to ramen indulgence at greater value with its first appearance in Gurney Paragon, Penang.
Edo Ramen – the original Handmade Japanese Ramen. Edo Ramen introduces Malaysians to Tokyo-style ramen, a unique recipe by notable ramen connoisseur Mr Tetsuya Fukino. Ramen enthusiasts can choose from 4 types of soups and 2 categories of toppings depending on personal preference. 
For beginners, the specially concocted Tokyo soup is the first step to ramen enjoyment. Boiled over low fire for 7 hours, this broth of chicken and anchovies sets the foundation to ramen enjoyment. Ramen lovers may go one step further with the Tonkotsu broth. This thick broth made of pork bones is boiled over medium to high heat for 12 hours, presenting a hearty pork flavour and creamy consistency. The Tonkotsu broth can be enjoyed in 3 flavours – classic, miso and black. Miso is tonkotsu cooked with Japanese soybean paste with creamy texture, which Black is tonkotsu with Japanese fish powder and aromatic charred crushed garlic oil. Any one of these soup with the fresh ramen made daily will send one to ramen paradise. 
Tokyo Ramen RM 9.90

Miso Ramen RM 10.90
Ultimate Black RM 17.90
Ultimate Tonkotsu RM 15.90

Ultimate Gyukotsu RM 15.90 (Promo) RM 17.90 (N.P)
Boiled Gyoza RM 4.90
Pan-Fried Gyoza RM 4.90
Aburi Char Siew RM 11.90
The restaurant(Mid Valley Megamall branch) is spacious and comfortable.

Savour the authentic mouth-watering Japanese ramen taste at Edo Ramen in the heart of Penang and Kuala Lumpur. Its menu promises a simple yet delectable variety at great value from RM9.90, uncompromising in quality and taste, sure to satisfy ramen cravings.
Edo Ramen is available at:
1)      Gurney Paragon, Penang
Address: Level 1, Gurney Paragon Mall (Opposite Starbuck)
Tel: 604-226 0961
Business hours:  11.00 am – 10.00 pm (Sunday to Thursday) 11.00 am – 11.00 pm (Friday, Saturday Public Holiday Eve)

2)      Mid Valley Megamall, Kuala Lumpur
Address: Level 2, North Court, Mid Valley Megamall (Near to AEON and F.O.S)
Tel: 603- 2201 8779
Business hours:
10.00 am – 10.00 pm

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