Ramen Taiko at Mount Kiara

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Ramen Taiko

Hey I got to confess that I just love this little shop that serves a range of humble Japanese cuisine which I had just experience recently. This diner can be found tucked quietly within the flushed of Mt Kiara. The interior was kept simple and modest while infused with a homey atmosphere and friendly environment caught my likings.

RAMEN TAIKO

RAMEN TAIKO ICE LEMON GREEEN TEA
Ice Lemon Matcha Tea

Upon my arrival, I was welcomed with a fabulous and delicious Ice Lemon Matcha Tea while the table greeted me with petite chilled vinegared tofu to tease my taste buds. It was pleasant indeed.

RAMEN TAIKO VINEGARED TOFU
Vinegared Tofu

RAMEN TAIKO SMOKED DUCK
TAIKO’s Aigamo Smoke

The first mouth teasing dish came running over was their flavourful sliced smoked duck Aigamo Smoke. It had a robustness in taste and I like the perfectly sliced thickness that gave a great biting texture.

RAMEN TAIKO GYPZA
Taiko’s Gyoza

The Gyozas had a striking handsome look and there were very sexy to look at too. Let me tell you . . . . biting into each of them definitely hiked up my orgasm. Yes the gyozas here are really good. I had two plate shared as one was not enough. A must have!

RAMEN TAIKO YAKINIKU BUTABARA
Yakiniku Buttabara

Finely sliced and stir fried to perfection with refreshing sauce was the Yakiniku Buttabara that had my appetite increased drastically at that moment. I adored the passion that had been put into creating this delicious pork dish and I had them by itself easily, just perfect delicious !

RAMEN TAIKO SUBUTA
Subuta

The next dish came and placed right infront of me was this sweet and sour porc done the Japanese way Subuta. At Taiko they had small chunks of pork deep fried and have them coated with light tasty sweet sauce. I loved biting into them as the texture was tender and soft. Believe me it was nice.

RAMEN TAIKO HOIKORO
Hoikoro

Having such comfort food can be such a blessing, Hoikoro a stir fried cooked slice pork was paraded that night. It was good and definitely goes well with a bowl of sticky rice as the glazing that coated the pork was delightful.

RAMEN TAIKO BUTA KAKUNI
Buta Kakuni

Moving to the next highlight dish was their Buta Kakuni, a well braised sliced thick pork belly with supreme Japanese Soy and Japanese rice wine. It was so delicious and succulently prepared and I loved them.

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