It's been a while since our last visit and I got excited to see in the menu some of my all-time favourites, apart from ramen, such as Omu Raisu (also wickedly featured in Tampopo).
Fat Tulip studies pretty extensive menu
However we came strictly for ramen and only ramen it was! They had reasonably priced ramen sets so both of us dived straight for that.
Fat Tulip's Miso Ramen.Slurrrrrppp.... Tampopo style!
My Chashumen Ramen. Essentially same ingredients but my broth was somewhat lighter than the thick and murky Miso Ramen's. We'd both been spoilt rotten by our ramen experiences in Japan so we weren't expecting this to blow our minds but nevertheless, we were overjoyed that the ramen was of decent quality and the serving was generous enough to satisfy our massive post-film craving.Both sets came with a serving of Gyoza. This was flavourful and full of bite but again, not out of this world.
For RM20++ each, including an uninspiring salad (basically shredded cabbage with a dollop of slightly-off thousand island dressing) and fruit, I'd say this was fair enough. While the ramen probably did not go through the refining process as Tampopo's, I'll be back for the Omu Raisu.