Inaka

Update: This business has ceased its operations.

Located along Jalan Burma towards the Pulau Tikus district, Inaka is a well-known Japanese restaurants in town. The food served here is quite authentic and the ambiance is pretty good. The price is also comparable with similar Japanese restaurants around the area. The only down side is the limited parking spaces.
The first dish is a pretty standard one: Kare Udon (カレーうどん, RM13.00). Essentially, this is Japanese curry udon with grilled chicken pieces. The dish is is made delicious by its signature curry broth.
One of us decided to spice things up by ordering the Gekikara Ramen (激辛ラーメン, RM13.00). Essentially, this is a bowl of extremely spicy curry with ramen noodles and various ingredients, including a large tempura prawn on top. Apart from the tempura prawn, it isn't too impressive.
We also ordered the Inaka Bento A (RM26.90), which consisted of a decent serving of Battered Chicken, a piece of Grilled Salmon, some Tempura Prawns And Vegetables, Salad, Chawanmushi, Miso Soup, Rice and Watermelon. In particular, the Battered Chicken was especially good!
Overall, we had a pretty satisfying lunch here.

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