It was a rainy Saturday afternoon. Arkensen wanted to stay home to catch his favourite Dr. Who show. So, I went out with Nanzaro and promised Arkensen to bring home his favourite roast pork from Parker Place.
Since it was a cold and wet day, we decided to check out the new Ipputan Ramen Noodle House which took over Ajisen Ramen. My last experience with Ajisen was not a good one as the noodle I got was like spaghetti.
We were told that there is a 12% discount until the end of April for the grand opening.
I had the Pork Ramen for $8.99. The sweet pepper is not conventional with Japanese ramen.
I was surprised to see the pork slices which resembled bacon. They were thinly sliced and kind of a little charred. Not the typical Japanese char siu which comes in slices of round.
The Japanese noodle which I asked for was not what I expected. I was expecting a more yellowish and curly Japanese ramen like the one below.
It was a disappointment as far as the noodle goes.
We ordered a Japanese Deep Fried Chicken for appetizer. It is $5.50.
The Japanese Deep Fried Chicken was coated with batter but they were not crispy. The meat was tender though.
Nanzaro ordered the Ipputan Seafood Fried Rice for $9.99. It came with a miso soup. The rice was relatively wet. The seafood include prawns, scallop and clams but not a lot.
Ipputan accepts credit cards.
You can click on the menu to have a larger view.