Ramen Ten and Shin Tokyo Sushi @ Jaya 33, Petaling Jaya

Ramen Ten and Shin Tokyo Sushi @ Jaya 33, Petaling Jaya
22 Jun

Ramen Ten and Shin Tokyo Sushi

Jaya 33, Lot PG-02B, Level Podium Ground Floor
Jalan Semangat, Section 13, 46100 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel : 603-7955 7558
FB : Ramen Ten and Shin Tokyo Sushi

Business Hours :
Mon – Sun 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.


Ramen Ten, which literally translates into ‘Noodle Shop’ in Japanese, features around 10 types of Ramen in the menu and created their signature dish ‘Dry Ramen’, 1st of its kind in Singapore and Malaysia.

“We have revamped our menu under the new direction of the new management team, featuring the pre-loved improved delicacies and introduce new cuisines to entice our diners”, said Ivy Yuen, Director of Ramen Ten & Shin Tokyo Sushi.

“New menu dishes that come in combination of several set menus with a variety mixed of sashimi, noodles, rice, tempura, teriyaki, temaki, chawanmushi and miso soup all thrown into the appetizing and value-for-money set. The dishes are carefully crafted to cater to the discerning palates of our loyal fans and local foodies”, added Ivy.

Do you know that, established in 2002 with an outlet in Far East Plaza, Singapore, Ramen Ten is the 1st Halal Japanese Restaurant certified by Majlis Ulama Islam Singapura (MUIS) in Singapore.

Since gracing its presence in Malaysia back in 2013 with the first establishment based in Jaya 33 Petaling Jaya, Ramen Ten has launched four more outlets across the Klang Valley, namely at Ikano Power Centre, KLIA2, Seremban 2 and Cyberjaya.

Ramen Ten expanded its store section in 2008 by introducing Shin Tokyo Sushi that translates to ‘New Tokyo Sushi’ in Japanese. Shin Tokyo serves a variety of fusion Japanese Sushi on conveyor belts, which includes the creation of ‘Spicy Sushi Range’.


Soft Shell Crab To Salmon Skin Salad (RM23.90)

For a healthy start to a delectable Japanese meal, I enjoyed a lot the crispy salmon skin and deep fried whole soft shell crab that gave a nice crunchy bite texture to the salad, which also has fresh iceberg lettuce, green coral salad, creamy homemade ni tamago (Japanese lava egg), cherry tomatoes and carrots in it. On a side note, I was impressed with their creamy homemade sesame dressing that is so fragrant in taste, it really enhanced the refreshing salad’s flavor on a whole.


Santen Sashimi Moriawase (RM33.90)

Beautifully plated on a big bowl filled with crushed ice and decorated with little cute butterflies handmade crafted from radish and carrot, this sashimi platter features 3 types of my all-time favorites, the Salmon, Salmon Belly and Tuna. Presented in thick-cut form to ensure customers can taste its freshness and firm texture, one piece is definitely not enough! With wasabi shaped in flower form placed at side, the whole presentation did remind me of a cheerful spring garden.


Tuna Mayo Roll (RM16.90)

Lovers of Japanese roll will find this attractive Tuna Mayo Roll irresistible with sushi tamago and crunchy Japanese cucumber wrapped within sticky Japanese rice. The vibrant colorful roll gets more delicious with crunchy ebiko fully coated outside and topped with homemade tuna mayo drenched with enticing house made teriyaki sauce for the extra flavour.


Asari Butter Soup (RM11.90)

Featuring a flavourful match of fragrant butter with the freshness taste of clam, each portion comes with around 10 pieces of clams, this special mildly creamy soup is definitely a not-to-be-missed when you dine at Ramen Ten. Highly recommend!


Tom Yum Chicken Katsu Ramen (RM22.05)

Sticking to what it does best but with a little local twist, the secret of this slurpilicious ramen dish lies in the amazing homemade tom yum soup base. Served together with ni tamago, nori sheets, bean sprout, carrot, lime, chopped scallion and my favorite deep fried chicken katsu, it is all set to tempt your taste buds with burst of spicy flavors.


Chicken Teriyaki Dry Ramen (RM16.90)

Soup based ramen is quite boring already? Try Ramen Ten’s dry version now!

1st of its kind in Singapore and Malaysia, the specialty dry ramen was served together with fresh lettuce, carrot, chopped scallion and grilled to perfection tender chicken thigh in sweet savory homemade teriyaki sauce. Getting fresh supply of ramen noodle on a weekly basis, I enjoyed its springiness with nice flavor from the teriyaki sauce. A good tasting if you feel soup based ramen is thick and heavy for your taste buds.


Chicken Teriyaki Don Set (RM17.90)

If rice is your staple food, try this simple but flavor-packed don set, which served together with tender grilled chicken in sweet savory teriyaki sauce and three appetizers, the mini salad in tasty wafu dressing, warm miso soup and homemade ni tamago.


Deluxe Combo Set (RM28.90)

No idea what to order? Try this Deluxe Combo Set and expect to dig into a range of choices including fresh sliced salmon, chawanmushi, crispy tempura, garlic fried rice, cold udon, California temaki, tummy warmer miso soup, mini salad and healthy fruits. Perfect for sharing among 2-3 pax, your craving for Japanese foods can certainly be fixed here with lots of flavors, textures, and colors.


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