This weekend finally we got to watch Coco!
Returning to the wonderfully modern ScopeCinema with their comfortable seats, great sound and full blast AC. At 10:30AM it was not crowded at all and we were spare that ‘Frozen’ short film that I read so many complaints about.
And we all loved the movie.
While we had pretty decent ramen before here at Kuuraku, which is an overall Japanese place, we came back for dinner to try this new restaurant specializing on that hearty noodle dish.
Seating and service is friendly and efficient. They offer 3 broth flavors and point out proudly that they use 2 different kitchens (one for pork, one for veggie / chicken) to be able to attract and serve the halal crowd.
We each tried a different broth, but I think Ritsu’s and Julius’ tasted very very similar (one was supposed to be more salty that they other, I found them both kinda salty) and mine was the spicy variety, and yes, it had a slight kick, but I was wishing for something that would enhance this kick, the supplied chili paste at the table did very little to help.
But overall, and not trying to compare with all time favorite Bakatare, this was really nice ramen and I can see us coming back here again, whenever we feel like we need a ramen fix.