Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Kagura Malaysia - Halal Chicken Ramen in KL!

Earlier this week, we visited the new Kagura Malaysia located in J's Gate Dining in Lot 10 Kuala Lumpur. Serving authentic Japanese chicken ramen from Tokyo, everyone can enjoy this as they are proudly Halal.

From their menu, diners can choose either to have the premium or natural soup. The difference - the premium soup will contain more collagen, hence richer and creamier, while the natural is like a clear consomme. Once you have selected the soup base, you can choose the flavour - shio (salt), shoyu (soy) or spicy miso. 

I wanted to try both the natural and premium soup, so I ordered a shio natural (RM14.90) and a shio premium (RM19.90). For us, the premium one is the way to go as the rich broth is the type of ramen broth we are accustomed to. I do know of people who prefer lighter broths, so by all means, try the natural soup - add in some chilli flakes for an extra kick.

The soup is made by using chicken only (no pork), as well as ingredients directly imported from Japan such as  Hidaka konbu, dried mushrooms, dried bonito, dried scallop and dried cuttlefish from Hokkaido and seaweed salt from Seto. Noodles are also certified Halal. We enjoyed the springy noodle texture and portions are good. The noodles are topped with beansprouts, spring onion, seaweed and a piece of chicken. The chicken was decent, moist with a smokey grilled aftertaste.

This is the premium shio - the soup looks more milky as it has more collagen

BabySumoKids had the premium shio ramen

Hubby went for the premium Shoyu ramen (RM21.90) - we were told that this is their bestseller. I tasted some of the soup, and out of the three, this was definitely my favorite.

They also offer some side dishes - all priced at RM5.90 each. Baby C loves her aji tama and she proclaimed this as the best ajitama she's had. Hopefully they will revise the price as RM5.90 is really expensive for an egg. Other side dishes I wouldn't mind paying RM5.90 for such as sushi roll, shrimp tempura, sashimi, chicken katsu etc.

The kids also shared the ice cream (RM5.90), which came with a scoop of green tea ice cream as well as yuzu. Worth trying as the green ice cream was creamy with a distinct flavour.


The main store is located in Tokyo with the name of Seimenka KAGURAYA

Opening times: 11am to 11pm daily.

Price: Total bill RM78.85.

Location: Kagura Malaysia, J's Gate Dining, Level 4, Unit P1-20, Lot 10 Shopping Centre, Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala Lumpur.

Tel: 03-2110 2366

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1 comment:

  1. Looks good. We use Shoyu at home, regular soy sauce has wheat content and is not gluten-free so we are staying off the stuff. Shoyu is expensive though. :(


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