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Our Second Dinner At Rising Ramen Tori, Pulau Tikus, Penang

THE NIGHT IS STILL YOUNG... and we went for our second dinner at Rising Ramen Tori, located inside the new Moulmein Rise Shoppes, Pulau Tikus.  There was a short queue, we were the fourth in line and since we were not that hungry, we decided to wait for our table.  In less than 20 minutes, we were ushered into the small humble place which I was told that their ramen was the closest to the ramen in Japan.  Well, that was what the youngsters said and I just quoted...  LOL... 

As according to the SOP, we have to sit diagonally to each other.... 
No problem, as long as we can still talk and listen within the range... 
As appetizers... Edamame still warm and sprinkled with salt.... 
Gaozi to share.... 
We ordered two bowls of the famous ramen... RM22
Am I a fan?
Not really but I couldn't say the same for the young...
They love these so much!

Comments

  1. Many specialty ramen shops like this in KL and pj. The broth is thick and tasty so your youngsters would love it. One such shop is at Jaya One, PJ called menya shi shi do. Do ask them to go try one day.

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  2. We had Japanese that day and I had ramen too...and no, I did not think much of it either! Blogpost coming up real soon!!!

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  3. I also not a big fan of ramen. Usually I go for bento, sushi or the rice set.

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  4. This makes me wanna enjoy some ramen as well right now. :D

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  5. I enjoy ramen, good ones, of course. I should check this one out if I am in Penang. But then, when in Penang, want to eat CKT and asam laksa pulak hah..hah..

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  6. looks good, the broth looks thick and tasty. And I like the pork chasiu….

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  7. If in Penang, I want to eat Penang's specialities..........

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