Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Tenfuku by Nihon Shoku, MyTOWN Shopping Centre

KL's latest destination for tendon - tempura-topped rice bowls - promises hearty fulfillment in a setting where it's perpetually sakura season. The top temptation is the Premium Tendon, featuring a heap of prawns, fish, calamari, crab sticks, vegetables and a half-boiled egg, blanketed in lightly crisp batter over steamed rice with a choice of soy or spicy sauce (RM38). If noodles are your preferred carb, order the tempura with udon in a hot, umami-rich soup (RM26), washed down with refillable barley tea.

Tenfuku by Nihon Shoku
L3-36, Level 3, MyTOWN Shopping Centre, Cheras, Kuala Lumpur.


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10 comments:

  1. I've never seen tendon presented this way...with a plate sticking out from the bowl. Ah, very resourceful! ;) You can use it to put your uneaten prawn tails...kekeke! :D

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    1. Contact.ewew: agreed on the practicality! since the bowl is almost overflowing with prawns and other seafood, it's nice to be able to set them aside on a separate plate by the side :)

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  2. That rice bowl brimming with tempura is rather inviting, but provided that those are well fried with nice crunchy outer.

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    1. Choi Yen: heheh, the batter is quite light and airy and crisp :)

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  3. Comfort food in a bowl! The tendon sure comes with a generous portion of tempura.

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    1. Baby Sumo: yep! we definitely had our fill of tempura :D

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  4. I enjoy tempura prawns...but it will depend on how good the prawns are.

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    1. Suituapui: the prawns here are absolutely good, heheh :D

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  5. There used to be a ten don place at Subang that was so good.. until they closed. This is one I need to check out :D

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    1. KY: yeah, can count on one hand, the number of good tendon places in kl :)

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