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Review (5)
Level4 2011-12-05
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Bought vouchers to check this place out. My eldest girl loves ramen so I thought like her be the judge of this. We got: 1) Chicken Ramen - the adults opted for the spicy version but the kids got the non-spicy ones. The shredded chicken meat was plentiful and the soup base was good too. We as adults preferred the spicy version. 2) Spicy Char Siew Ramen - I found the chat Siew here loads better than Ajisen. Many ramen stalls serve their char Siew as the sliced pork but here, it's kinda like braised pork chunks. Maybe not as authentic but I like the taste of it. 3) Tom Yam Fried Rice - my help doesn't fancy noodle so she ordered rice instead. The portion is HUGE! And with loads of ingredient. However, the Tom yam taste doesn't sit well with the dish leh? This stall is tucked away in a far corner, so finding it was tough. It's a place I may return if in the area. continue reading
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Level4 2011-11-20
20 views
I bought the $5 dollar ramen voucher from deal website. You can choose one of these~~ chasu or pork rib.For $5, you get a bowl of collagen ramen, a cup of green tea, service charge and GST are all included which i think is very very value and good deal.This chasu ramen has vegetables, egg and japanese vegetables. I like the milky soup base very much because it contains collagen that is good for skin and joints. The egg is half boiled but the colour look so different from the usual egg. The whole appearance really trigger my appetite.. continue reading
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Level3 2011-09-06
3 views
This chain is one of the better and value for money japanese ramen in Singapore.This outlet's decor simple and tables are rather well spaced.The service staffs are friendly and prompt. One complimentary green tea is served with order.I ordered their Char siew ramen with normal soup base (they offer normal, spicy and thick soup).Soup is well-flavored and served piping hot!The ramen is cooked just nice with the right softness. Char siew taste soft and fragrant and does not have the strong pork smell which is a big plus. The half egg's yolk I had is slightly overcooked, it could be more watery.However, i feel thirsty after a while after dinner. continue reading
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Level4 2011-03-16
10 views
Food - Best Ramen soup in Singapore! So thick and super yummy and nourishing. Made with care and detail. There's no yucky pork taste although it's pork stock. It's cooked so well it was oily and you can feel the collagen working in your belly! We chose the thick soup which is much better than the normal version. We had the Corn Ramen with the thick soup. There's lots of veges and seaweed which is great! It's fresh seaweed, not dried or whatever. There's a generous serving of corn too. Very well-balanced taste. Smooth, creamy, satisfying!We had the Char Su Ramen too in Spicy soup. Very satisfying with lots of Char Su. Other "upmarket" Ramen places only give you 2 thin pieces of Char Su but here they are really generous! The spice level was just right! Very well-thought soup!The soft-shell deep fried crab was fantastic too! Very generous size and very fresh and crabby! Amazing!There's no MSG in their food and we didn't feel thirsty later. There's no options on the table but your cutlery and paper and pepper and chilli powder. I guess you don't need all the other extra stuff!The noodles were a bit clumpy - not as good as Shin-Sapporo...Service - if you have any discounts, you have to tell the staff because they will pretend not to know about it. The staff took accurate orders but were not friendly at all. They did not say anything. They provided water with no refills. There's not shouts or screams when you walk in, unlike at other Jap places - which is good because the shouting is annoying.Wish there was free flow green tea!Value - better than other places. But generally Ramen is overpriced in Singapore.Setting - you have to walk around to find it. continue reading
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