after our gourmet meal at si sun fast food, we proceeded to 2nd part of our valentine's excursion in hunghom.
the 6 hour never-ending wait gave us sufficient time to pick out what we wanted to order before having a table. But we didn't mind. the menu was comprehensive for a quaint japanese restaurant at hung hom. selection ranges from seaweed salad, kimchee, sweet potato, cold tofu, to oden, a variety of udon, japanese curry, ramen and rice. there are a few choices for desserts and also sufficient list of japanese sake. our choices were eel rice and chicken ramen. dishes arrived fairly quickly upon order. they were well presented and delicious looking Eel was just the right size but with an overabundance of rice and under-abundance of sauce. i would recommend Mikawaya to join the "Green Campaign" launched in early Feb this year aiming to reduce food waste. temperature of ramen pork broth was warm but could be slightly hotter especially during cold weather. subtle flavor of pork was good compare to other restaurants which overdose you with pungent pork smell which makes you wonder whether they had put an entire pig to cook the soup. the condiments for ramen were what you expect for the price you pay for. if they were to lure me again for the seemingly never ending wait, i would wish for more condiments on my ramen.
While no Inagiku, a fun and good quality japanese restaurant in the heart of Hunghom.