If you notice, I’ve been eating Japanese food quite a fair bit this year. The first I had ever since I came back was Minoru. Last time it was only Ten-ichi (monthly for food tasting) and random Sushi King.
Lately, it seems like Japanese cuisine is getting its foot into Kuching. Many establishments are mushrooming in Kuching. Even the franchise of Ajisen Ramen is now in Bouleavard but I haven’t get the chance to try the place yet, what’s more never tried it in Adelaide too even though I just lived a street away from Ajisen Ramen outlet.
This is the collection of Japanese eateries I’ve been to in the past 3 months.
Sanga Japanese Food (Lot 164, Jalan Chan Chin Ann, 93100, Kuching, Sarawak, 93100). It’s not new, it’s been a long time already but this is my first time coming here.
Left: Love Salmon Maki (RM15), not bad for the price. I hope the salmon was thicker but then of course this will mean more expensive. Nevertheless, it’s nice.
Right: Unagi Pizza (RM28), very tasty too. Not a bad place to have Japanese food. Price wise is reasonable too. These food can feed 3 average eaters but there were only two of us. We underestimated the maki hehehe…
Next, Rising Ramen took Kuching by storm. After listening so much about it, I went to try also. It’s located at Precint 88, Jalan Song, 93350, Kuching. Not far from Watsons. Went there twice.
The menu is very limited, it’s not a bad thing, means they specialized in what they’re doing. Their signature dish is their ramen (RM10) of course. Ordered their gyoza and Rising Roll. I don’t remember the prices for both.
I’m not expert in ramen, the broth is rather salty for me but the ramen was cooked just right. While the gyoza and Rising Roll is just normal for me. On the other note, the owner is handsome!! 😛 The place is always packed! Had to queue.
Lastly, Sando Ramen at ST3. Another ramen place in Kuching.
We ordered Original Miso Tonkotsu (RM17.90). Again, not really an expert in ramen and not quite a fan actually because the broth is generally too salty for my liking. However, the noodle was also nicely cooked.
There you go… The Japanese food trend which is invading Kuching these days. There’s more but I haven’t get the chance or the mood to try everyone of them out.