This post is brought to you by Bankara Ramen.
Although Japanese ramen has been taking the spotlight at dedicated ramen shops and popping up at various locations across Klang Valley, I haven’t been tempted to give ramen a try simply because I am not adventurous when it comes to trying out new cuisines. When I was told that we were headed to Bankara Ramen for lunch, I took it as my first and formal introduction to ramen, and it turned out to be a delightful experience.
The latest ramen player to hit town is Tokyo’s ramen specialist that has over 60 outlets across Japan, Bangkok, and Jakarta.
Four Distinct Styles of Ramen
The first Bankara Ramen at Avenue K dishes up four distinct styles of ramen: original Bankara signature style Ramen, Hakata-style tonkotsu ramen, Saporo-style miso ramen and Tsukemen, which can all be personalized with additional toppings like pork, corn, seaweed, and veggies. Noodles of different sizes and textures are matched to each soup.
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