Have you heard of Ajisen Ramen or in chinese 味千拉面? Well, courtesy to some big tycoon in Miri and now we can enjoy another variety of Japanese food.
Since it’s located so near to my work place, it has caught our attention since the close down of the previous Shiki Japanese Restaurant. Initially I was thinking Shiki was doing their renovation job but not until I saw this new and striking signboard up, I know, a new eating place is going to bloom up at this area.
Okay, so there’s no more Shiki but Ajisen Ramen now. =)
There’s a lot of discussion going on the I love Miri City facebook page of their opening. The only thing I must clarify, it’s 100% not halal.
1. They serve pork.
2. They serve Japanese Wine.
Sorry again muslim friends.
So here you go, a food review for all my readers out there.
I visited Ajisen Ramen yesterday afternoon around 2pm. I knew when it’s newly open I don’t have to expect everything in order, so I’ve cut down some expectations before entering it. Somehow, to my surprise, my friend was helping out there, so everything was well entertained. Thank you kimmy!
RM1.90 for a glass of greetea – ocha. Free refill of hot water.
So, in this picture, you see there’s a pair of chopstick. I think I would like to gain your opinion of using chopstick while waiting for the food to be served.
- So you prefer disposable or reusable chopstick?
- Personally, I will be more enjoying the meal if it’s a clean reusable chopstick. Ok, I expect in such restaurant their hygienes must be good right?
- I don’t mind having a disposable chopstick if it is a better grade bamboo, right? Not the smelly type.
- To conclude, I suggest if they could change the quality of the chopstick. This is just my humble opinion
Now. Let’s take a look into the available Ramen’s Choice.
My friend introduced Paiku Ramen but too bad by the time I arrive, it’s sold out. So we try out some other ramen in the menu.
This is Curry Cha-Su Ramen RM16.90. spicy soup. I’m not a big fan of Curry… but my bro chosen this.
Volcano Cha-Su Ramen RM17.90. - spicy soup
If you love spicy soup base, then you can try Volcano, I’m sure you explode like a volcano too!
Kimuchi Ramen RM15.90 , sour & spicy.
Alex is a big Kimchi lover, err, now only I know Japanese have kimchi too. Good invention huh!
Miso Cha-Su Ramen RM15.90 , salty miso soup.
As for me , I heart Miso Soup so I try miso ramen.
Overall, the portions are very big, I can’t finish it alone and have to share it with Alex. Somehow, personally I don’t like to eat pork especially this type of ”white” looking pork. But since beef are running out of stock so I try out the Cha-Su. Sometime I think I better name myself as Fatimah.
You can have some other Japanese Food as well.
We got this grill salmon fish head, RM19.90.
He looks so sad, not because we eat him, but because of the 311 Tsunami happened in Japan. =(
By the time we finish our lunch, the crowd is getting lesser. It’s almost their rest time. Time for them to replenish new stock for dinner.
Total spending for 5 of us , RM123.10. What a nice figure!
Okay, so tell me when is your next visit? Please bring me along, I wanna try out their beef ramen. Or if they are kind enough to invite me to fully feature Ajisen Ramen in my blog again also can. hahaha!