Monday, 10 November 2014

Dinner For Two, At Ori Udon

Daddy had to work late last week on Friday and instead of heading to our usual Friday hangout at Bangsar Village, Mommy and Son "lepak" ed at Gardens Mall instead.

At  first we thought of going to Ko Hyang for dinner but the tables that were empty wasn't comfy to enjoy dinner and the place was a tad too crowded so we looked for another place. Just a few steps away and we decided to have our dinner at Ori Udon.
Ample seating and widely spaced, it is definitely much more comfy here.

We've had dinner here before, so we knew that the food here ain't bad. Not up to Japanese standard good, but quite good compared to udons that are served in Malaysia, with the same range of price. The choices are aplenty too.
Son ordered the chicken udon set (Set 2) which came with a plate of fried chicken and a bowl of udon.

Ori Udon's fried chicken is great! Soft, moist and juicy. It's a delight to eat them, especially with the accompanying dip. Yum yum.
While Mommy chose Set 3, the beef udon. It came with a plate of edamame.

The udon is a bit soft and not as chewy as I'd wanted it but still passable. With the beef strips and egg in the bowl with the udon, it is a very filling meal.

All sets came with a side dish and green tes (refillable).  For RM14.90 and RM15.90 for each set, it's great value, in my opinion.

It helped too that the ambiance is good and the staff efficient and friendly.
Let's start eating!
Burp.

Instead of traversing the mall while waiting for Daddy, we headed to the Borders so that Son can read a bit.
While Mommy finish up some assignments that she needed to submit before the weekend is over.

And we lepaked at the Starbucks there, read/work while sipping Starbucks Peppermint Mocha.

It was raining outside and sure was nice to enjoy a hot drink while working/reading.

24 comments:

  1. ni macam magic show ni...kejap ada kejap habis...


    finished as fast as anay last year or not when we had gathering. no time snap pic...left bowl only :p

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    1. Yalah... Anay really record speed that time. Hahaha

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  2. Ahh, the son is Manchester United fan kah? Me no friend with him then LOL!
    The soup is so nice that you finished it all huh..

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    1. Finish sajalah... easy to slurp. Don't waste anything. Hehehe

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  3. I see that the bowl was sapu clean :)

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    1. It's good to sapu clean right? :P

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  4. Rawrrrr I miss the food in Japan. So much difference. Will put this on my list for food to try out for next year, hopefully sempat test all hehe.

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    1. Sure can. Expand tummy sikit! LOL

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  5. OMG, this is such a déjà vu!!!

    I did the same thing on Sunday too..

    udon for dinner and then hanging out at Starbucks inside Borders!!

    @.@

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    1. Wahhhhh so we had the same wavelength ah? ;)

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  6. didn't know about this Ori Udon..

    instead I went to the Manmaru Udon Mak Glam blogged before earlier..

    same price but this Ori Udon comes in a huge set.. I should have gone there instead!!

    hukhukhuk..

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    1. How is Manmaru now?

      I saw that they've change their menu and ordering style already but haven't returned for another visit yet.

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    2. yes I felt like I was in Pasta Zanmai.. menu and food choices also similar dei.. got pizza got sushi except they have udon instead of spaghetti.. confused me cos I remember reading in your blog that it's like taking our own tray from section to section, but now seated and order and food served..

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    3. It's a pity they had to resort to be just run-of-the-mill Japanese joint now.

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  7. Yay. Japanese udon. I like it!

    Nice mum and son bonding time.

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  8. Good Mother and Son Bonding! I like Borders too... can lepak there, as you said.. too bad Ipoh doesn't have one... I would order a drink and put the lappie in front of me too!

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    1. I usually read but I had a deadline so that one time, the lapto was in between son n me. ;)

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  9. That's a weekend well spent. I like udon too..

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    1. A Friday evening well spent actually. Hihi

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  10. The udon certainly looks light & appetizing, Lina! Always feel great dining with our kid :D

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