Edo Ramen @ Midvalley Megamall

Sunday, November 09, 2014 3 Comments A+ a-


Looking for a hearty bowl of ramen? You might want to consider Edo Ramen, previously known as Goku Raku Ramen, located at Level 2 @ Midvalley Megamall . Edo Ramen brings a new approach to ramen indulgence at greater value with its first appearance in Gurney Paragon, Penang.

Edo Ramen introduces Malaysians to Tokyo-style ramen, a unique recipe by notable ramen connoisseur Mr Tetsuya Fukino. Ramen enthusiasts can choose from 4 types of soups and 2 categories of toppings depending on personal preference. The price starts from as low as RM 9.90 for a standard serving of ramen.
Spacious and comfortable place to dine in 


 Homemade Japanese Ramen is served fresh daily, with imported Japanese wheat flour.





Current promotion on mouth-watering beef bone ramen made with delicious soup boiled over 7 hours.

Warm hot green tea for me. Large portion

Ultimate Black Tonkotsu- RM17.90 . For those who love garlic, this must be your choice. The soup broth is added with aromatic garlic oil and Japanese fish powder to enhance the broth flavour. Served with sweet corns, lava egg, naruto(Japanese fish cake), seaweed, pakchoy, and  braised pork meat.


The lava egg was the highlights for tonight. The egg is soft-boiled, so the white is cooked solid, but the yolk remains runny. It is then marinated in sauce till it is just right in taste and texture. Yummy.
Miso Ramen (RM 10.90) .  Slurpy ramen with Tangy flavour cooked with Japanese soybean paste .The cha siew just melts slowly inside my mouth. Highly recommended for this Miso Ramen. The pork bones boiled over medium to high heat for more than 12 hours. That's explains why the broth taste so good.


The special recipe to marinate the egg and cha siew

Ultimate Gyukotsu Ramen RM 15.90 (Promotional Price ) RM 17.90 (N.P)

Next, we moved on to the appetizer . Boiled Gyoza serving of 3pcs for RM 4.90, Japanese dumpling filled with meat and vegetables and wrapped with thin dough. Sprinkle with sesame, spring onion and chili oil. I do hope can get more fillings inside though.

Pan-fried Gyoza (3pcs : RM 4.90). The pan fried gyoza has its unique presentation that I have never seen before. Slightly crispy layer with juicy gyoza dipped with the sauces. This Japanese snack is the idea introduced by the chef from what he has tasted in his original hometown in Japan. But, I still prefer the earlier gyoza. 


Aburi Japanese Char Siew (RM 11.90) . Succulent slices of cha siew that is perfectly marinated.

Fun night meeting up with new bloggers friends and thanks to Sue Fin for this invitation.


Quick and Affordable lunch?? Check out Edo Ramen to satisfy your cravings; definitely worth visiting.

Edo Ramen
Lot S-025 & S-026, Level 2, 
Mid Valley Megamall, Lingkaran Syed Putra, 
59200 Kuala Lumpur.

Business Hours: 10am to 10pm

Tel : 03 - 2201 8779 

Another outlet:
Gurney Paragon, Penang
Level 1, Gurney Paragon Mall (Opposite Starbucks)
Tel: 604-226 0961



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Alex Yap
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December 17, 2014 at 2:08 PM delete

Seriously !! The ramen in Edo Ramen is horrible as compare to Goku Raku Ramen previously.

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Elee Yi
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December 17, 2014 at 3:13 PM delete

aw..icic..i thought they just change the name from Goku raku ramen to Edo Ramen..quality drops? hmm..

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