Yesterday AnakJajan and foodie friends visited new Japanese restaurant at PIK literally on its first day of opening, Yamatoten Abura Soba.
This franchise restaurant from Tokyo Japan serves Japanese style of dry noodle or soupless ramen as their main menu, the menu available is quite limited with 4 types of noodle dish, 1 rice dish and several side dishes.
Soft Broiled Pork Idr 43k
It was a tender, well seasoned and freaking juicy pork belly!! But on the other side it was toooo sinful with more fat than meat.
Abura Soba Idr 59k
This original version of Abura Soba is seasoned with oil and shoyu seasoning then topped with spring onion, bamboo shoot, dried seaweed, sesame seed and roast pork. Seasoning was light and comfortable while the roast pork itself was super tender and juicy.
The best way to enjoy Abura Soba is to add 2 rounds of vinegar and chili oil available on every table, mix it well and enjoy it while it’s hot.
Karami Ontama Abura Soba Idr 68k
Spicy version from Original Abura Soba with spicy miso sauce and half boiled egg or onsen tamago. Mix vinegar and chili oil just like the original Abura Soba with the egg well and you’ll get spicy, bold, savory yet creamy seasoning.
Jya Jya Abura Soba Idr 68k
Rich and thick soybean paste with choice of minced chicken or pork as is the main star this dish, it tasted sweet yet savory and reminded me of Korean jajangmyun.
By the way I haven’t tell you about the noodle yet, it is thick style of noodle just like the one you usually find at Tsukemen Ramen with springy texture, very nice!!
Overall AnakJajan had a pleasant and satisfying meal here. I can see myself visiting this place for many times in the future. Let’s Jajan!!
Yamatoten Abura Soba
Ruko Garden House A/12
Pantai Indah Kapuk, North Jakarta
Weekday 11.00-15.30 and 17.30-22.00
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