Saturday, August 4, 2012

Food Tasting: Umaku Alam Sutra

Heyho, Readers!
Even my owner was a bit busy with her life, thanks God she never forgets to fullfil me. :p
Well, this time we got invitation from Umaku Alam Sutra. 
Umaku is a Japanese restaurant which serves authentic Japanese cuisine with reasonable price. First opened at Duren Tiga, now they spread their wings into Alam Sutra. Yay! 


We had so much fun. A little chit chat and games that they'd prepared really widen my knowledge about Japanese cuisine. For example, I never knew that Tempura brought by Portuguese soldier to Japan, only Southern Japan people eats rice, etc. 




Hot Ocha (5K) will never go wrong. 





 Karai Ramen (35K). Thick hot and spicy broth with slices of beef and noris completed a big bowl of ramen. I could say it was very very spicy. I didn't dare to eat them too much. :p
They said, this ramen is origin from Hokkaido. Because the temperature is quiet cold there, so people love to eat something spicy to warm their body. 



Salmon Yakimeshi (33K). The rice was a bit sticky, just fit well with my likely. The seasoning was perfect. They put small pieces of salmon into the fried rice. I could say Japaneses fried rice is more likely into Hongkong fried rice ( not Indonesian), so it tasted salty and savory, without any hint of sweet. 



Sashimi Mariowase Jyo (44K). Hmm.. as I told you in previous posts, I don't eat raw food, include sashimi. :D
Some of my fellows said it wasn't fresh, but the other said it was fine. So I can't say anything, I didn't even try.





Spider Roll (37K). Not much I could say about this dish. The unagi didn't smell fishy,



Tempura Moriawase (35K). It was still hot when it came up. The sauce was nice, went well with the fries.




Sake Kabutoyaki (26K). This was Salmon's head, smeared with sake and other seasonings. First I heard, I didn't expect much from this dish. But surprisingly, it tasted so good! A little bit sweet, salty and savory, combined well in bite. I have to say, this really kicked my buds. :)



Some Robatayaki, which consisted of 1 piece each. 







I forgot its name, but I do believe it tasted so good that I wouldn't erase this part from my post. The fire-sprayed salmon was super great. It felt like melted when it touch my tongue. Whoah! Can I call this as mouthgasm? :p




Volcano Roll (35K)


Inari Sushi. Yup, different from usual. They put seaweed and roe fish, and mix them with the rice. What a lovely! :))




Salmon Grilled Cheese (27K). Grated cheese on the top of sushi? Challenge accepted. Lol
Tasted very fusion, as it also had mayo between the rice and cheese. So, with the dominan of mayo and cheese, I guess you now the taste already.




The very generous owners gave us these cute souvenirs. Thank you. :))



Overall, I loved it. Small, neat, unique, and decent place. Good food with affordable price. What else can I ask? :)


Umaku Alam Sutera
Ruko ASTC (Alam Sutera Town Center) Blok 10E No 9
(ruko seberang flavor bliss)
Alam Sutera, Tangerang
Phone: (021) 943811633
http://twitter.com/umaku_alsut

5 comments:

Ellyna Tjohnardi said...

Welcome back, Sar!!!! Happy to have you back on the blogosphere =)

irene said...

Sara ngepost lagi horeeeeee :D

sara said...

@ellyna & @irene: Thanks guys! Masih banyak utang ngepost nih. :p

Esther Angela said...

they look so yummy :)

dikotakita said...

wah look yummy.. :) must try nih! :)

di kota kita


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