Thursday, January 5, 2017

Bowls Donburi Dining & Leng Leng Pork Noodles @ Bukit Jalil

No fewer than 18 donburi recipes are offered here - Japanese rice-bowl classics, from tendon to unadon, gyudon to chicken katsu don, with prices per portion hovering between RM12 & RM25. The hotate oyakodon, comprising at least half a dozen scallops, eggs & vegetables (RM18), is served steaming-hot, supplying fuss-free nourishment.

Bowls Donburi Dining 
22, Block 2, Jalil Link, Jalan Jalil Jaya 2, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur. 
No pork served. Open daily, 11am-9pm. Tel: 03-8993-9182

 Pork noodle lovers, this one's dedicated to you: Have your favourite dish customised here precisely to your preference - first, choose whether you want basic pork noodles (RM6.90) or tomato pork noodles (RM6.90) or pork stomach noodles with salted vegetables (RM7.90), soupy or dry. Then, select your type of noodles - loh shu fun, mee hoon, yee mee, kuay teow, mee sua, or even Maggi instant noodles. Each serving comes with plenty of pork, but if you want even more, add-ons are available - minced meat, sliced pork, liver, intestines, kidney, meatballs, lard, prawns, cuttlefish & egg (RM1 to RM3 per add-on). All in all, Leng Leng hits the spot for MSG-free pork noodles; each bowl brims with fresh, tender meat & offal in a potently sweet broth.

Leng Leng Pork Noodles
Jalan Jalil Jaya 1, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur. Open 8am-830pm.


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4 comments:

  1. Wow, the pork noodles is so loaded with ingredients! With spare parts too yum! yum! And I won't be able to resist those Donburi bowls either. Meals in bowls are pretty alluring don't you think? LOL!

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    1. Phong Hong: yeah, if you have a pork noodle craving, i think this place can get that fixed :D yes, besides the visual allure, i also like the satisfaction of being able to dig in deep into a bowl with lots of goodies inside :D

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  2. The first place has a very soothing setting. Looks welcoming.

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    1. The Yum List: that does feel like one of the good characteristics of a japanese restaurant :)

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