Address: Bugis+, 201 Victoria St #04-08/09/10, Bugis
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Tel: 6238 1011
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Spending: S$11 - S$20
Overall Score: 3.9
42 vs 11 vs 2
Black Ramen、Mori Soba、Special Miso Ramen
Opening Hours: Mon to Thu: 1130 - 1500, 1730 - 2230
Fri: 1130 - 2230
Sat, Sun & PH: 1100 - 2230
Directions: Arriving by Bus: #7/12/63/80/175/197/851/960/980/NR7, Bustop Name: opp Bugis Junction, Bustop No.: 01112. Arriving by Train: EW12 Bugis MRT Exit C. Nearest Carpark: Bugis+ Carpark.
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zchong003 (142 Review(s))
Tried the ramen here and it was not bad. Love the semi cooked hard bowl egg and the little bit of runny yolk. The soup brooth was really delicious and i love the charsiew that is being served in the ramen. This dish is not too bad but nothing special about it. However, i dont mind going back to eat this ramen if i am near the vacinity. The noodles are nice and springy!!!
Ratings : Taste4 Environment3 Service3 Clean3 Price3
gogofoodie (214 Review(s))
8 different ramen stalls really leave you spoilt for choices. All of them seem to offer more or less the same type of ramen with pork soup base, but some of them actually have their specialty. One stall has the ramen soup separate from the ramen itself; and another is famous for its spicy ramen. I have tried both Aoyama and Tai Sho Ken. Both are not bad, but the soup, although rich in flavour, is quite salty.
Spending per Head: SGD 14 (Dinner)
Ratings : Taste3 Environment4 Service3 Clean3 Price3
solid solid ramen at affordable prices
fattypatty (164 Review(s))
Very puzzling, it seems like the competition is forever ongoing. But whatever because the customers are the winners whilst the master chefs battle it out. We tried the Tokyo styled Bario Ramen and it has lots of small fatty bits to my ultimate delight (yes I am fat but I still like to eat to my health's detriment). In any case, the soup broth was pretty good with lots of beansprouts!! Go for the tonkotsu one also! Both are pretty affordable. Gonna try the other stalls next time.
Recommended Dish(es): tonkotsu ramen
Spending per Head: SGD 15 (Dinner)
Ratings : Taste4 Environment3 Service3 Clean3 Price2
Hokkaido Butter Corn Ramen
sarahcheong (17 Review(s))
If the looming queues are any indication, Ramen Champion is well deserving of the hype to their name.
Visited on a Saturday evening and while there was already a snaking queue, we were ushered to our seats in no time. The whole concept of the
place being that any orders are charged to a card and the total bill would then be summed up at the cashier upon leaving.
Decided to play it safe and tried the Hokkaido styled Tonkotsu Butter Corn Ramen. The bowl of ramen was garnished w a large sheet of seaweed, as well as a large ball of butter that melted effortlessly into the broth giving the broth as well as the noodles a highly desired creamy texture. The Tonkotsu slices were run of the mill but the noodles and broth were exemplary - flavourful without being cloying.
On my next visit, I do intend to give the Tokyo styled Bario ramen a run for its money seeing that a whole lot of Singaporeans seem to favour the Bario ramen - which basically has broth that is chock full of little fat bits. My tummy as well as my arteries are gonna have to make a sacrifice in the quest for Bario ramen.
Spending per Head: SGD 18 (Dinner)
Ratings : Taste5 Environment5 Service4 Clean4 Price4
SO MANY TYPES OF RAMEN!
Chiamhuiy (87 Review(s))
DO YOU KNOW?
Ramen Champion has this competition where the 8 different 'stalls' under this umbrella of "Ramen Champion" will fight it out to determine which of their ramen is the most popular and the most fast-selling ones! All the ramen here are absolutely prepared by pure japanese chefs!!
Full review here:
http://chiamhuiy.blogspot.sg/2013/03/omy-bugisplus-food-trail-part-5.htmlSpicy Takana Ramen
With the usual price compared to the others, Spicy Takana Ramen is definitely different because of their smooth creamy pure pork-based soup with Ajitama (Jap flavoured egg). The soup was cooked for 12 hours and they actually replaces the pork bones every hour to maintain a rich broth; I guess this must be the reason for it's popularity!
This humble looking bowl of Spicy Takana Ramen actually garner a total of 100,531 bowls compared to 65,529 (the second place)! That is a double amount!
The young chef, Kosuke Yoshimura, aged 35, was really happy to be able to introduce their Hakata-style Ramen from his hometown. King Chashu Ramen
This bowl of ramen has shredded ginger to add a taste to the mild and slight creamy miso. The fact that they placed a big sheet of seaweed at the side stands out this even more. 200g of pork cha shu was rather well marinated and the thickness of it was very well done.King's Ramen
Seriously, let's talk about passion here. Being the oldest (56 years), Chef Kiyoshi Kurihana is indeed passionate about bring you spicy ramen that never fails to leave you an impression that strikes a balance for the spiciness of the broth. God Fire Ramen
Another bowl of ramen from IKKOUSHA too, this God Fire Ramen has 3 different hotness levels: Mild, medium and dangerous. I can actually take half-here-half-not-there spiciness and honestly I would really want to try out their dangerous level!! Hahaha. Maybe when I tried it, I'll let you know again!Cold and spicy TSUKEMEN
Something out of the norm? Here you go.
Instead of the normal ramen where you find the noodles submerged in delicious broth, the chef decided to bring something different to you: The only dry option, with thick and chewy noodles, coupled with dipping sauce!
Full review here!
Hope you liked this review!
Ratings : Taste4 Environment4 Service4 Clean4 Price4
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