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Food Delivery Review : Ippudo Pavillion

A Japanese Bowl of Goodness. Having dined in their outlets across multiple countries, their quality for dine-in is not in question. But how do they fare in a take away.

I placed the order via a third party app which was pretty straight forward. The packaging was in ordinary take away boxes which were labelled individually. I loved the fact that the noodles arrived separated from the soup hence was not too soggy.

Kuro Shoyu (RM 31.80)

Topped with tender thinly sliced grilled pork belly, the noodles was cooked in a fragrant chicken broth and garnished with crunchy aromatic garden fresh vegetables and bamboo shoots further enhancing its flavour. Finished with a sous-vide poached egg. What more could one ask for?

Wagyu Bun (RM 20.14) & Pork Bun (RM 9.54)

Though I didn’t really get the melt in your mouth effect for the Wagyu Bun, the meat was flavourful with the pickles providing it a refreshing crunch and completed with a melted slice of cheese.

The pork was a lot more tender in comparison to the beef and equally flavourful with the crisp vegetables delighting the diner with each bite.

Though it wasn’t as good as my din-in experience, this restaurant is still one of our regular go-tos even in a take away.

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