Thursday, March 12, 2015

Raku Pizza @ SS15 Subang

This casual new lair for Italian-Japanese fusion fare in Subang puts pizza at the forefront & prawn tempura on top.

Raku Pizza tackles mix-&-match pies - choose a crust (plain dough, charcoal or herbs), select a sauce, then go crazy with your pick of toppings. Our first one features a mild herb base with soft-shell crab, curry sauce, mozzarella cheese, rocket leaves, okonomiyaki sauce & Japanese mayo (RM14.90; the serving should be sufficient for lunch for one person or a snack for two).

Charcoal pizza with karaage chicken, mashed potato, bonito flakes, shredded seaweed, wasabi mayo & mentai mayo (RM15.30). The crust has a biscuit-like texture that supplies a crunchy bite but can make the pizza seem a bit dry; the toppings are flavoursome, but the pieces of soft-shell crab & chicken might not be substantial enough for some customers - a sacrifice to prevent prices from sky-rocketing. Still, the mix-&-match theme is a fun one with some potential. Service is friendly & helpful.

Raku Pizza
80 Jalan SS15/4D, Subang Jaya (next to McDonald's). Mon-Thurs: 11am-330pm, 5pm-10pm; Fri-Sun, 11am-10pm

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14 comments:

  1. Very nice place, Sean, and I really love the build your own concept. I love the thin crust pizza. :)

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    1. Linda: i agree, building our own pizzas, burgers, etc, is fun! :)

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  2. Being able to choose your own topping for pizzas is definitely a good idea!

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    1. Baby Sumo: yeah, the freedom of choice! :D

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  3. Thin crust. I like!
    But it doesn't look enough to have one. haha... roughly what's is d dimension?

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    1. Melissa: good question on the dimension ... hmmm, it's around a personal pizza size, smaller than a regular :)

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    2. Dear Melissa & Sean, the dimension is 7"inch

      From Raku Pizza

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  4. I like thin crust, and the portion is just nice for lunch.

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    1. CK: heheh, ya, can eat without feeling too full :D

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  5. Japanese pizza? Hmmm...interesting!

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    1. Suituapui: an inventive initiative :)

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  6. Some intriguing combos here.

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    1. The Yum List: yup, i hope they'll continue to take customer feedback into account and keep improving :)

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  7. Thanks Sean for your blog and your feedback.

    Hope you will visit us soon again!
    You can get the latest informations from our page in Facebook.
    www.facebook.com/rakupizzaya

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