KAZA Ramen & Tapas (Wan Chai)
I don't normally walk this stretch of Wan Chai, but happened to pass by so tried this place.
The decor of this restaurant was quite bright and colourful with spoons as part of its decoration.
Before coming in, I asked what type of Ramen they served and said it was made in house.
There is a machine which makes the noodles.
Interesting items on the menu:
Kimchi and seafood jelly:
The noodles portions according to weight:
In the end, I chose slimmer's choice which includes what you see on the picture.
Soba with mushrooms and truffle:
The soba was too creamy and milky that it got a bit sickly and the trufle essence that they used was a bit too artificial because when it came, there was a rainbow sheen glistening on the mushrooms.
I have never seen rainbow sheens on organic oils or natural oils, it only happens in petrol.
Toasted French baguette slices:
The first one is strawberry and egg mayonnaise, the second one was curry potato and the third was liver pate. The baguettes were too soft and flopped when I held them, so I needed chopsticks to prevent the toppings from falling off.
The strawberry and egg mayonnaise were my favourite but extremely fattening because it was basically Kewpie mayonnaise mixed with strawberry. The curry potato was delicious but the curry tasted unatrual.
The liver pate one had quite a lot of solidified lard on it.
The vegetables here are grown using the Hydroponics method where no soil is needed.
The salad was crisp and sweet.
For $69 it was a very good deal, but in terms of weight management I felt that the sauces they used were too fattening.
Service charge: 10%
Yummy factor: ok
Napkins provided: yes
English Menu: Yes
Air Conditioning: Yes