S-045A, Center Court, Second Floor, Midvalley City Mall
Lingkaran Syed Putra, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel : 603-2201 1663
FB : Manmaru Homemade Udon
Business Hours :
Mon – Sun 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Do you like Udon?
Located inside the Midvalley City Mall, Manmaru Udon is a home-grown Malaysian brand and the first self-service concept udon restaurant in Malaysia. They prepare the daily freshly made 100% wheat flour udon and a variety of delicious broths on site at the outlet with machinery imported from Japan.
“Manmaru means “circular” in the Japanese language. Like the word “Manmaru”, the self-service concept restaurant will provide customers a well-rounded culinary experience allowing you to choose how you wish to enjoy your udon.”
Manmaru Udon has a open-kitchen concept, where you can see how the chefs prepare you dishes.
To get your udon, customers need to queue up at the counter and order directly to the staff. Wait awhile then before receiving your piping hot udon, and walk to the cashier to pay your orders.
With lots of varieties, customers can choose to have your udon in hot soup or with dipping sauce. Here at Manmaru, the freshly udon made is in Sanuki type. Sanuki is the region name of Kagawa prefecture, and the flour made in Kagawa is very suitable to make the udon deliciously chewy.
Kimchi Udon (RM11.90 small ; RM13.90 regular)
Udon with Korean style spicy soup topped with fragrance kimchi and spring onion.
Bukake Udon (RM9.90 small ; RM11.90 regular)
Served cold, a mashed white radish and ginger was placed on top the udon noodle. Mix all together with the thick fish broth to give a nice overall taste.
Curry Udon (RM10.90 small ; RM12.90 regular)
Udon noodle with the traditional Japanese curry that diffuses a very addictive aroma and taste.
Cream Corn Udon (RM12.90 small ; RM14.90 regular)
One of my favorites among all the varieties, udon noodle in fusion western style with the light and creamy sweet corn broth.
Niku Udon (RM12.90 small ; RM14.90 regular)
For beef lovers, try this Niku Udon that served hot with thin sliced beefs and spinach placed on top. The hot broth will slowly cook the meat till perfectly tender, so remember try to avoid the meat being soaked too long inside the broth.
Kake Udon (RM8.90 small ; RM10.90 regular)
Udon noodle in the classic soy sauce broth.
Ume Udon (RM10.90 small; RM12.90 regular)
Udon Noodle in light soy sauce broth topped with pickled plum and seaweed. Mixed well before savoring the dish to get the nice balance taste of sweet sourish, which kinda opened up my petite appetite instantly.
Kamo Seiro Udon (RM13.90 small; RM15.90 regular)
Paired with the heavenly aromatic duck gravy, it is a must-try if you enjoy savoring duck-based dish.
Kamaage Udon (RM12.90 regular)
Half-dipped the chewy udon into the warm kamaage sauce, so that you can taste both the freshness of udon and rich flavor of the sauce in one mouthful of slurp.
Zaru Udon (RM8.90 small; RM10.90 regular)
A all time favourite cold noodle.
Yasai Kakiage Tempura (RM2 per piece)
Deep fried mix vegetables till nicely golden brown crispy. A simple dish to enjoy without much oiliness feel.
Ebi Tempura (RM3.80 per piece)
One of the nicest prawn tempura I ever tasted, fresh and succulent.
Tori Karaage (RM2 per piece)
The traditional Japanese fried chicken.
Nasu Tempura (RM1.50 per piece)
Deep fried eggplant till golden brown crisp.
Green Pepper Tempura (RM1.80 per piece)
Deep fried green pepper till golden brown crisp.
Hanjuku Tamago (RM2 per piece)
Soft boiled egg marinated with soya sauce.
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