Thursday, 2 May 2019

Delicious Miso


After I tried the Kimuchi at Fujisawa, I moved on with the Miso. I did not expect anything exciting because I was expecting the whole thing to taste like the miso soup that is served with the bento.



The first one I tried was the Salmon Kama Miso (RM22.90) because I love salmon head.


I know it looks hideous, beady eye, sharp teeth and all. And boy, was I in for a pleasant surprise when I took a sip of the miso soup.


It was an explosion of flavors! I think the fantastic flavors were partly contributed by the fried garlic. It was so so so good!

Then I went back for the Deluxe Seafood Miso (RM27.90).


With prawns, clams and salmon bones in there, the flavors were even more pronounced. Needless to say, I polished the whole bowl clean.


I thought the Kimuchi was fantastic, well, the Miso is even better. Too bad they don't have Miso with chicken because I would really like that.


I would definitely have the Miso again.

18 comments:

  1. Wow! Since you give thumbs up for this, I am really tempted to try this although like you suspect it is too flavourful for me so I will bring people to share with me. I will just eat a bit to enjoy this tasty meal.

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  2. Must be robust with flavour that you lick the whole bowl!! Haha. The salmon head did looked hideous.Lol.

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    1. Though it was hideous, it was delicious! hee..hee..

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  3. For someone who don't usually enjoy seafood, I see you're having a great time with the salmon miso and deluxe seafood miso. ^_~ Is the soup as intense in flavour like those bone broth ramen?

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    1. I think I am converted hee..hee... The intensity may not be like ramen bone broth but it is intense in its own way. Really good. I am addicted hah..hah...

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  4. I'll go for the prawns. Never mind what you say, I'd pass when it comes to the fish head. Don't mind it camouflaged in curry gravy or assam sauce though.

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    1. hee..hee.. can push it into the soup. But I'll say it was very good.

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  5. WahhhH!!! Just look at that fish head! Yumms!

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    1. You love fish head too hee...hee...

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  6. seems like all praise! u can be a superb ambassador for them, LOL!

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  7. Seafood miso sounds delicious to me.

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  8. This post inspired me on how I can cook my Salmon fish head and bones which are still sitting in my freezer for months :P

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    1. Oh good! Make sure you add garlic oil. LOL!

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  9. The photos of the broth are very rich and flavourful. I have bookmarked this place to visit.

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    1. Yes, must go and eat the miso soup. It's really, really good!

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