Restaurant 72A, Jalan University, Seksyen 13, 46200 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia Published on: 20-04-2016
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Why Marufuku Udon @ Jaya One is special ?
Marufuku offers a variety of freshly made udon for as little as RM6. A serving of udon will come in either cold or hot broth made-to-order within minutes. Customers get to choose and pick from a variety of delicious tasting crispy tempura-type toppings such as ebi, kakiage, pumpkin, mushroom, eggplant, lotus root, squash and sweet potato.
Other products include Tempura Toppings, Snacks and desert such as Edamame, Dango (Rice balls) and Daifuku (ice cream wrap in snowskin). Beverages such as Japanese Green Tea (hot/cold) - Refillable Soft Drinks (coca cola/sprite/sarsi/100 plus).
How to get to Marufuku Udon @ Jaya One?
Marufuku Udon @ Jaya One is easy to get to.
Get off at the Asia Jaya LRT station (opposite Menara Axis) and take a taxi or Rapid KL Bus to Jaya One. It is just 10 minutes away.
If you're coming from KL board Rapid KL Bus No. U85.
If you're coming from the Asia Jaya LRT station or Sect. 14 or Sect. 17 board Rapid KL Bus No. T635, T628, & T628B.
If you're coming from Asia Jaya LRT station or Eastin Hotel board Rapid KL Bus No. T629.
- Reasonable prices, yummy Japanese udon
- A cheap place to eat Udon in KL
- The most favourite Japanese restaurant
- A wide variety of udons, yakitori, tempura
- Reasonably cheap for good food
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Budget
- Alcohol NO
- Air condition YES
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
72A, Jalan University, Seksyen 13, 46200 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Tips for you
It is not easy to find good and cheap udon....but tada! Marufuku Udon is good and cheap! I was walking around Jaya One on evening, just to kill time and I spotted this little restaurant. Oh Udon! First thing I did was checked the price in the menu. Reasonably cheap! I was totally bought over to try a bowl. I ordered a bowl with a side of chicken karaage (Japanese fried chicken). Both was amazingly good. The udon was simple but full of taste, while the fried chicken wasn't too oily and has a good seasoning on it. The only low point of this place, it has poor air flow, the heat from the kitchen is trapped inside the restaurant, even the air conditioner is on. Other than that, all is good and all is well about this place.
Yummy udon; decent meal portion; not too pricey (average meal dish +/- RM10). Love the waffle! The texture is different from normal waffles :)