Try Your Hand At A Traditional Japanese Bamboo Noodle Experience In Malaysia Without Flying All The Way To Japan


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Ever wanted to try the famous flowing Japanese bamboo noodles but can’t find the time or money to travel all the way to Japan? Well, now it’s just a quick trip across the border because Samira by Asian Terrace has brought it to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 

Samira By Asian Terrace Online

Credit – Samira By Asian Terrace

Located near Kuala Lumpur City at Sentul West, the peaceful sanctuary is home to the flowing Japanese bamboo noodles that’s also known as Nagashi Somen (RM22.90++).

This includes five to seven rounds of somen for each person. Additionally, there’s always free-flow of shoyu (soy sauce), sesame and mashed ginger. 

Samira By Asian Terrace Online

Credit – Samira By Asian Terrace

Nagashi somen are thin noodles that are enjoyed after you catch them flowing down a bamboo chute with ice-cold water. As funny as it sounds, you might need to train your chopstick skills for this playful dish because of how fast it flows down the bamboo slide. 

Samira By Asian Terrace Online

Credit – Samira By Asian Terrace

This cold noodle dish is usually enjoyed during the summer months and in a natural, outdoor setting. Similarly at Samira by Asian Terrace, the seats are surrounded by lush greenery and could just be

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