Tuesday, 28 July 2015

PauPau @ Wakaba Japanese Noodles Restaurant, Elit Avenue

Recently Elit Avenue can be considered as a hotspot for lunch and dinner, especially there are variety choices of restaurant and cafe (such as Korean, Japanese, Western, Chinese, Indian cuisine and many more) for the diners to choose. Well, it is quite hard for me to decide sometimes as most of them looks so tempting.

After a few visits to K Food Restaurant, and now we plan to try out Wakaba Japanese Noodles Restaurant which is located at same row as Boiling Steamboat & Dim Sum (滾一滾) and the popular Sushi Mentai Japanese Restaurant (still did not managed to try Sushi Mentai yet, as it is impossible for me to go for the long queue.).




The environment is quite comfortable and the wooden background does provides a strong Japanese sensation in the restaurant.







Pork Fillet Katsu Don (RM 17 + 16% Charges)
The Pork Fillet Katsu Don is served in this nice gift-box alike container. The pork fillet katsu portion is quite generous, it is covered with light batter breaded and bring to fried. We are not really fancy of fried dish, but this pork katsu is quite impressed me as it is not so oily. The most important is that the meat is very tender and juicy. It has light seasoning which is quite suit to my taste bud (Nowadays, I am quite afraid of those dishes which is over marinated ~ too salty, no good to health ya ^^) 





Miso Ramen (RM 17 + 16% Charges)
Wakaba Japanese Noodles Restaurant stated that they are speciality in noodle making. Their homemade noodle is using imported flour from Japan, and the noodles are freshly made daily. It sounds like I should try out their homemade noodles right?! But then they have two choices of broth only, that is shoyu and miso broth. You know, the milky pork broth (collagen) is mostly my favourite broth.

Finally I ordered their Miso ramen, "Miso" is actually a fermented soybean with 'Goji' (in Japanese: type of fungus) and some other ingredients. The Miso Ramen is served with pork slices, seaweed, spinach and fish cake. The noodle is quite nice, the texture is soft (not that springy type) but it is not soggy too. The noodle is just in between of springy and mushy. While for the miso soup, the broth is rich too and quite flavoursome.




Free Claimed from their FB offer (FYI: This offer has ended)
I got a free scoop of ice cream (can choose from their menu) by clicked "Like" on their page. And I have choose their homemade Black Sesame Ice Cream. The Black Sesame Ice Cream is sweet and very nice with strong taste of black sesame. However, the black sesame powder is not really spread evenly in the ice cream.





Menu of  Wakaba Japanese Noodles Restaurant, Elit Avenue 














Wakaba Japanese Noodles Restaurant, Elit Avenue
Address: 1-1-31, Elit Avenue, Jalan Mayang Pasir , 11950 Bayan Lepas, Penang.
Business: 12 to 3pm; 6pm to 10pm (Closed on Monday)
Contact: 04 - 637 1122


Map to Elit Avenue


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