Ippudo Ramen @ Pavilion KL

Ippudo, also known as Hakata Ippūdō (博多一風堂) in Japan, is a Japanese ramen restaurant chain.
Hailing from the ramen capital, Hakata (Fukuoka) in Kyushu, Japan, IPPUDO  has a strong international foothold as seen in Singapore, Seoul, Shanghai, Sydney, Hong Kong, Taipei & New York and it opended its door at Malaysia at year 2013

When it comes to Ippudo’s piece de resistance, there are three type of ramen and soup base to be chosen from:

Shiromaru Motoaji. A timeless IPPUDO classic, Shiromaru Motoaji was the very first ramen served at IPPUDO. Since then, IPPUDO’s naming of its Shiro (White) and Aka (Red) has set an industry standard that has been adopted by many other ramen restaurants. The combination of Hakata-style ultra-thin noodles, topped with lean slices of pork, black fungus, soybean sprouts and scallions, produces subtle and gentle flavours.

Akamaru Shinaji enhances the flavour of pork bone topped with IPPUDO’s secret miso, garlic oil, lean slices of pork, black fungus, soybean sprouts and scallions.with special blended miso paste and fragant garlic oil.

Karaka-men incorporates special spicy miso paste and ground pork.



Ippudo’s signature bowl, the Akamaru “red sea” Ramen that comes with special blended miso paste and fragant garlic oil. The white, milky broth was definitely salty and robust on first taste. However, it got smoother as our taste bud quickly adapt. The combination of pork broth, spicy miso paste and garlic oil has added some layers of complexity to the broth as well. The noodles were distinct – firm in texture and ultra thin, straight and white in appearance.

Goma Q. Cucumber slices were marinated in salt and dress with sesame sauce and paprika powder, resulting in a crunchy consistency and concentrated sweetness.

Fried Young Corn. The corn was coated in a light batter and deep fried before a generous sprinkling of seaweed flakes and paprika powder. Deep frying does not actually make the food greasy if it is done properly, just like this one!

Hakata-Style Soup Gyoza. Gyozas were fat and plump, filled with delicious minced pork in delicious soup base.

Curry Cheese Haru Maki. It resembles our local popiah on first inspection. However, within the thin spring roll sheet, we found a creamy curry filling  with cheese. It was such a great combination with an explosion of flavours of textures – sweet, salty, creamy and crispy!

*Price Range (per person): RM30 - RM50

  • Address
  • Contact Info
  • Business Hour

Lot C4.07.00, Connection Level 4,Pavilion KL,168, Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA

Tel :

03-2110 6233

Fax :

Pavilion KL
Mon-Sun, 11am - 11pm

* IPPUDO is a non-halal restaurant.
* No reservations allowed.