"Daikokuya serves four different styles of ramen. Each ramen style is available in a variety of soup bases for diners to choose from such as miso (fermented soybean paste), shoyu (soy flavored), shio (salt flavored) and spicy miso:
• Sapporo ramen, a chicken broth ramen served with springy and curly noodles;
• Tokyo-style ramen, a lighter version of chicken broth ramen served with springy and curly noodles;
• Kyushu-style Tonkotsu ramen, features a thick creamy pork broth ramen served with thin and straight noodles; and
• Kogashi ramen, a Kyushu specialty that consists of a thick creamy pork broth seasoned with blackish aromatic oil made from charred crushed garlic, served with thin and straight noodles, in miso or shio soup base."
Extracted from Daikokuya.sg website
Pipping hot with good condiments!
The ramen are priced $15 averagely, which is of a good reasonable price. I particularly love the kyushu tonkotsu ramen I ordered It doesn't has a 'porky smell' when the food loses its warmth and the soup base is bursting with flavors!
I added the sweet corn for an additional $1 ;)
The only pity of ramen is that the sliced cha shu is always so 'precious' that it usually has 2 to 3 slices in a serving ;p
Yes, I'll be back for more to try other styles of ramen.