[56% Off] Japanese Ramen OR Rice Dish + 3 pcs Gyoza at Umami Cafe. Choose meal for 1 person (RM9) or 2 people (RM16)
- 1 bowl of Katsu Don, Oyako Don, Buta Kakunimen or Tonkatsu Cheezy Ramen.
- Served with 3 pieces of gyoza (pan-fried dumplings).
- Ramen and gyoza are freshly made daily.
- Private rooms available for groups of more than 15 people.
- Vegetarian dish, Tenshimen available upon request.
- Redemption period: Nov 8, 2011 – Jan 8, 2012.
- Bookings must be made between Oct 31, 2011 – Jan 5, 2012.
- Min. 3 days prior booking required by call or SMS. Bookings subject to availability.
- Valid Mon: 6pm – midnight (12am) / Tue – Thu, Sun: 11am – midnight (12am) / Fri – Sat: 11am – 2am (including public holidays)
- Last order at 11pm.
- May buy and use many.
- Dine-in only.
- Service charges included. No Government tax.
- Groupon cannot be used with other on-going promotions.
- Present printed voucher for redemption.
- Non-Halal restaurant.
- Valid at Umami Cafe
- Phone: 012-690 8000 (Call 12pm – 8pm daily)
A meal created from scratch is a rare and wondrous thing, like faith, hope and a clean sock in a teenage boy’s bedroom. Dip into scarce stockpiles with today’s Groupon, you get a Japanese ramen or rice dish and gyoza at Umami Cafe in Kuala Lumpur. Choose between:
- Meal for 1 person (RM9 instead of RM20.50)
- Meal for 2 people (RM16 instead of RM40.90)
Meal for 1 person consists of:
Meal for 2 people consists of:
Cosy cushions and bean bags beckon tired tushies, where hungry patrons may bide time engaging in heated board game battles or peruse the internet to engage in heated virtual game battles. Employ veiled subterfuge, inviting naïve next-door neighbours along to ensure taste buds are tantalized by stolen morsels from all four servings of katsu don, oyaka don, buta kakunimen and tonkatsu cheesy ramen. Sips and slurps are interspersed with bites of pan-fried dumplings filled with minced pork, cabbage, carrots and kou chai. Large groups of more than fifteen may opt for private sanctums though friendless feasters may find respite in the company of cigars and cigarettes in the smoking section.
On the whole, it was evident how much effort and energy the proprietors have put into this brainchild of theirs. The chef once worked cooking for Japanese expats from the industry somewhere in Shah Alam, for a good many years I was informed. Hence there lies the experience in whipping up real food rather than paltry cafe bygones. – Apr 24, 2011.
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