Wednesday, 6 August 2014

Udon For Dinner

Despite Ori-Udon being opened for many months already at The Gardens Mall, we only made our first visit there last night, for dinner for two. Me & Son.

Not exactly sure why the hesitancy because the food that we ordered were quite nice. I was actually regretting for being miserly as I only ordered two bowls of udon.

Well, next time I'll make sure we order the set and get side dishes with green tea too, which is priced quite reasonably from RM9.90 - RM26.90.
The staff were attentive and efficient. That I like. Menu was big and easy to understand too. Hihihi
Son happy with his choice.
His niku udon with chicken, filled with a broth of gingerly goodness. If you hate ginger, the broth would be a challenge for you. ;-)
Mommy had mentaiko udon. The egg yolk made the broth creamy and the mentaiko made it just nicely creamily salty (whatever that means). 

Both are priced at RM8.90 if ordered ala-carte which what we did. The set as I mentioned earlier are a bargain. 

Next time, we'll order a whole lot more because I'll definitely make a return visit here. :)
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A quick dinner  then off we went to the nearby Lego shop. Son wanted to check on the price of some merchandise there. Not buying yet as he needs to save up money for them first!

28 comments:

  1. Wah .....udon ! Oishi ! I love the smooth thick udon in miso soup ! What u bought in lego shop ?

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    1. Mentioned dy not buying yet la ;-)

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  2. I like what you had. The egg looks fabulous!

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  3. Good one, my friend and I gonna meet up at Mid Valley this Saturday, gonna ask her go have a lunch over here! =]

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  4. have not been there and actually have not heard about it too..

    it's in the Gardens Food Court ke?? not the other one you blogged about in MV right??

    ah, Mak Glam says good, so it shall not be bad at all..

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    1. This one in front of Cold Storage, SK.

      Much better than the Manmaru experience.

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  5. never heard of this restauarnt..thanks for the tip...now know one more option where to eat liao. U know me buta about Japanese Restaurant punya la

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    1. You know got lotsa stalls in front of Cold Storage? There lor

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  6. Eh Lego? thought buy from the LegoALot Less better...cheaper.

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    1. He's checking retail price lah... to compare with online prices.

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  7. Waiting for you to go again and share with us about the set...

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  8. Surely not enough for your son cos the portion looks small.. but enough for me.. Boys are boys, they need more food.. :) Never mind, next time can come again and again ..

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    1. Enough for us cos udon very filling one ;-)

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  9. Your boy's udon looks good like a lot of ingredients in there. I never eaten udon before. So jakun kan? Next time I will try lah.

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    1. Not jakun la... I oso a lot of food never try also. Hihihi

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  10. I have not tried the dry version of udon. Maybe I should try cooking it at home haha...

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    1. Should be nice. Can I come over? Hihi

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  11. Your boy loves Lego? What's he building?

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    1. Not really sure what he's interested in but he keeps a list which he diligently look for and jot down the prices.

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  12. Sounds macam very good, bowl all empty ;)

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    1. Bowls must be empty. Cannot waste food. :)

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  13. Just had my dinner but so want to have a bowl of udon now~~

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    1. You can enjoy them soon! You're going soon, right? ;-)

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