[NEW SPOT] Experience Ramen-Hopping at Ramen Village Aeon Mall BSD City

AEON Mall BSD City has become one of the hippiest malls since it opened in late May 2015 and this mall attracts many visitors from different locations. AEON Mall is a brand from the heart of Japan; that’s why the food and restaurants that available in this mall is mostly Japanese food. In AEON Mall, I found a special place to eat Ramen called Ramen Village where the concept of this Ramen Village reminds me of the Ramen Museum that we visited in Japan last year. Various Japanese Ramen is available in one location that makes it easy for every visitor to find their desired Ramen.

Ramen Village exterior at Aeon Mall by Myfunfoodiary
This time I’m going to share with you the happening Ramen Village, which is located on Mezzonet Floor of the 3rd floor Aeon Mall. I counted there were seven Ramen houses that have different specialities and all of them offer Ramen as a major portion of their menus; Hakata Men-Oh, Kazan Ramen, Ramen Kanbe, Ramen Nagi, Ramen Seirock-ya, Seirokuya Ramen and Tokyo Ramen Tabushi. There are so many Ramen to choose from, but in this visit, we had a chance to try two of the Ramen houses, and both of them offer Pork Ramen, which is a good option for all pork lovers like us!! Yay!

Hakata Men-Oh Ramen House

*all prices are subject to 10% tax and without service charge*

Hakata Men-Oh Ramen House by Myfunfoodiary Hakata Men-Oh Ramen House by MyfunfoodiaryHistory of Ramen Hakata Men-Oh by Myfunfoodiary
 Chasu Ramen, IDR 75K++ - non halal

In the beginning, I have already queued up at the two Ramen house that’s available on the front side of the Ramen Village, but unfortunately they do not offer Pork Ramen. That’s why I immediately moved and lined up in front of Hakata Men-Oh Ramen. Of course, Chashu Ramen became our top choice. A rich and soothing classic pork broth came with thin noodles and melt-in-the-mouth sliced char siu on top. The pork charsiu was so tender and falling apart easily!

Chasu Ramen at Hakata Men-Oh Aeon Mall by Myfunfoodiary Chasu Ramen at Hakata Men-Oh Aeon Mall by Myfunfoodiary

Chicken Gyoza (Oroshi Gyoza), IDR 48K++ - halal

Here, they also provide some side dishes. I was tempted to order one of their favorite side dishes, Oroshi Gyoza. A platter of delicious Chicken Gyoza that has been fried and served with ponzu sauce on the side. What makes it different was the grated radish on top which added a new dimension to the classic Gyoza. It was so delicious!

Chicken Gyoza at Hakata Men-Oh Aeon Mall by Myfunfoodiary Chicken Gyoza at Hakata Men-Oh Aeon Mall by Myfunfoodiary

Ramen Nagi

Our Ramen experience didn’t end there. Both of us moved to the next store, Ramen Nagi. Ramen Nagi received the Ramen Prize award in Japan from 2013-2015 and they have many branches in Shibuya, Shinjuku, Komagome, and has expanded their outlets to Hongkong, Taiwan, and now in Jakarta. What differs from this place to the other Ramen houses is because Ramen Nagi offers a variety of Ramen with a wider choice of broth and meat. Besides noodles, they also have many exciting menus such as Yakimono, various sushi, pork rice, salad, curry rice, sausages, etc.

*all prices are subject to 10% tax and 5% service charge*

The Crowd at Ramen Nagi at Aeon Mall by Myfunfoodiary Decors at Ramen Nagi at Aeon Mall by Myfunfoodiary Various Fried Skewers at Ramen Nagi at Aeon Mall by Myfunfoodiary

Ebio Ramen, IDR 58K++ - non halal

Interestingly, there are many broth flavors that’s available in Ramen Nagi; the original broth, pepper, shrimp, roasted red pepper ramen, Japanese curry ramen, and savory onions ramen. Instead of choosing the regular tonkotsu broth, I decided to try the Ebio Ramen, which comes with shrimp paste and shrimp powder in the broth. It smelled so good! The shrimp tonkotsu broth added a different layer of flavor than the usual soup, makes it unique and more flavorful.

Ebio Ramen at Ramen Nagi Aeon Mall by Myfunfoodiary

We also ordered the Cheese Sausage but, unfortunately, we had to wait for almost 40 minutes and then the waiter came to me with the normal sausage which he took directly from the skewer counter. It was entirely different from what I see on the menu, so I canceled the sausage, paid at the cashier and went home. The Ebio Ramen tasted delicious, but we were disappointed with the slow service that we’ve experienced and how they gave us the wrong sausage.

Ebio Ramen at Ramen Nagi Aeon Mall by Myfunfoodiary

Overall from our experience, we were satisfied with the Chasu Ramen and Ebio Ramen on the above picture. If you want to satisfy your ramen needs, whether it’s for Halal or Non-Halal Ramen, you should visit this Ramen Village and try each one of them perhaps. Bring your loved one or family and let’s do ramen-hopping at Ramen Village in AEON Mall BSD City. Yup! We’re still curious about the rest of the Ramen Houses, so we will definitely come back to try some others.

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Ramen Village AEON Mall BSD City
Jl. BSD Raya Utama, Desa Sampora, Kecamatan Cisauk, Tangerang, Banten, Indonesia
Opening Hours: 10:00 – 22:00
Price Range: A minimum of Rp. 200.000,– for two persons
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Author: myfunfoodiary

Myfunfoodiary as Indonesian Food and Travel Blog was born in July 2012 and has become one of the valuable online source for locals, tourists, food enthusiasts and industry professionals. It is a Jakarta based Food and Travel Blog managed by Mullie Marlina, a young, lovely, cheerful and blessed wife who loves to share her culinary and travel experiences through her writing. You’ll find her honest reviews, valuable suggestions, objective ratings and recommendation of eateries in Jakarta and selected cities in Indonesia and abroad. Her curated restaurant reviews are based on her meticulous inquiries and her rich dining experience in various restaurants in Jakarta. She has also traveled to different cities and countries where she finds interesting and inspiring dishes, cuisines and excellent dining ambience which she also included in the list. From recommendations, restaurant experiences, events, travel destinations, and recipes, readers will find anything food related in this website. She would really appreciate your feedback, and would love to hear about any suggestions, events regarding food, or just to drop in to say "Hi". Again, thank you so much for dropping by, and she hopes you enjoy reading her journal. Thank you so much for all your supports! God bless you! ^_^

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