This young and charming guy was there demonstrating the noodle making process. Both of me and Willy were stunned there watching his demonstration. It’s a good promoting tactic that use by Ichiban Boshi, the Japanese Restaurant which is located at the Pavilion, KL, right at the Food Court Area.
It actually proven that their business is running quite well, as I was about time to crave for food, hence I’ve chosen to dine here while meeting up with -PeiPei- . The very sweet and friendly young girl.
I called -PeiPei- that I wait for her at Ichiban, but who knows actually inside the Food Court there’s another stall called Ichiban Ramen. =.=”’ So next time, if you are eyeing for Ichiban Boshi, make sure you tell them its RESTORAN Ichiban Sushi, LOT 1.14.00.
Due to their heavy promotional tactic, using the handsome and charming young man to do the noodle making demonstration, so without a second thought, our main dish for the night will be either Udon or Soba.
This is what I ordered, I can’t recall the name, but it’s Udon served in Claypot and it comes with spicy broths.
The other 2 companion of mine ordered the cold noodle, which taste very good too!
The noodles prices are ranging between RM14.90 ++
As for the Ala-carte, Willy suggest us to have the Japanese Satay. RM15.90++ It taste very good too!
The environment and ambience at Ichiban Boshi is definitely nice for family and friends to gather around. Non the less, there are some private corner, that can fit up to 6 people.
That’s my Driver, My landlord *but im not paying single cent* , and my Best Buddy la
Oh… Finally here comes the face of the so called lenglui.. -PeiPei-
We really enjoyed the meal, and have some chit chat, but we need to make a move before its too late as my driver aka Willy have to send my dear -PeiPei- home. So nice of him, infact he was very very tired.
Total spent: RM77++ , it’s my treat this round.
This is Pavilion, the most advance and luxury mall in KL, as of now.
I love Pavilion, not because of the branded retail outlets but the big varieties of food choices available in the food court, somewhere that you’ll never get sick of what to crave for.
As for the appetizer of the night, I go for Uhu!hu! . Another Japanese pastries shop.
Its actually part of “The Loaf” which from what I heard the premises belongs to our former prime minister , Tun Dr.Mahathir. Anyhow, the loaf has its first outlet opened at Langkawi in the 2006, and the one in Pavilion was opened in the 2007.
The name Uhuhu sounds so weird, when it was firstly recommended by Vic. He told me to try out the Durian flavours cake, but when I heard of the word “durian” the king of the fruit, I can’t imagine how it taste when it turns into cakes…
When I see the price, RM6, I was still wondering, shall I go for a cup of Durian CupCake that cost for RM6 nett?? Worth or not?? But as soon as I see that the “durian flavour” only left 2pieces, i quickly grab 1 before its all sold out.
Being kiasu, I get the Durian Obsession while Willy go for Glitzy Strawberry. It’s really the size of cupcake, that normally sold at RM2 the most. =.=”’
The cake is different from what we usually had, its soft and flavours are so aromatic. Grab 1 if you happen to pass by the “The Loaf”. No regret for the RM12 spent. Since it’s Willy who digged his wallet.
Oh.. that’s featuring -PeiPei- again, ya, I do have some good time hanging out with her, and hope that I still have some good time to hang out with her again. Posting up these series pictures of you to tell you, you looks great, that defines the Beauty of you.