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Introduction
Ramen Champion is a group of 8 famed chefs from Japan, who are battling to be the most popular Ramen Chef/Ramen Champion in Singapore. The stalls are designed to be like individual standalone stalls, and every chef has one of his own. continue reading
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.ramenchampion.com.sg
Signature Dishes
Black Ramen Ikkousha Hakata Ramen Mori Soba Special Miso Ramen Tonkotsu Ramen
Review (8)
For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2015/01/ramen-champion-shabu-shabu.htmlThis is my first visit to Ramen Champion at Great World City, and the service provided is definitely more formal and siding a little to the fine-dining way. Instead of walking to the stores to order the ramen of your choice, they have a menu with all food items from different stores collated into one, and you can place your order with any available crew.Mentaiko Gyoza ($7.60) which is a great option! Thick skin that firmly wrapped the soft filling which you can easily chew and swallow.Tebasaki ($9.50) comes with 4 pieces which can easily be shared or eaten by oneself. Crispy skin and juicy meat beneath is just marvelous! Taking back what I mentioned earlier, I think if you love chicken wings, sharing might not be an option after all.For Shabu Shabu Set, we had the Set A worth $59.00, sufficient for sharing between 4 pax. Supposed to have pork loin and belly, beef loin, chicken, assorted vegetables, seafood platter, and a choice of ramen or udon. We had the beef changed to chicken sausage though.We had two soup bases, which are Paitan (white broth) and Tom Yum. One is sweet while another is spicy, perfect combination to thrill your tastebud! The initial taste of Paitan can be quite bland, but as usual, soup of steamboat will get thicker and stronger in taste as food are put in to cook. Well, good things come last.A bowl of Seafood Platter such as clams, salmon, prawns, crabsticks and fishballs. Of course, a bowl Udon rather than ramen due to personal preference.As promised in the menu, we also have the Chicken Box, thinly sliced Pork Loin and Pork Belly for easier cooking.Soup is re-fillable upon request, and you just have to enjoy the boiling of your raw food and dip with the sauces for some meal-satisfying moment. Do remember to taste a few sipd of the soup towards the mid and end of the soup which will be truly "slurpingly" good to drink on!Ramen Champion's Shau Shabu is arranged in a set in the consideration of diner's health such as overbinging and feeling sleepy after a stuffing meal of delicious food. While you may not necesary be in a group of 3-4 pax to try out the Shabu Shabu, Ramen Champion also serve the sets suitable for 2 pax and 3 pax for $29.00 and $47.00 respectively.In support of the introduction of Shabu Shabu in Ramen Champion, I am also giving out 3x $10 voucher valid till Feb 2015. To win these vouchers, kindly comment in my blog to stand a chance!For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2015/01/ramen-champion-shabu-shabu.html continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level4 2014-05-29
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The good thing about Ramen Champion is that there is ramen galore to choose from, the bad thing about it is that there is too many choices. I know, I have first world problems.As I have no idea who to order my ramen from, I tried to order one from each stall to taste and see. It helped that I have my family along to con them into eating ramen from the different stalls.King Ramen from Butaou - hubby ate this and he liked it enough. The rich soup is tasty and full bodied. I tried it and it was nice...just nor sure if it's my best tasting.Spicy Ramen from Tonkotsu Itto - I like spicy anything so this ramen already win a few more point by being spicy. The soup is rich and tasty too.Ramen from Tonkotsu Itto - daughter ate this and she really liked it. I tasted and can understand why. Same rich and tasty soup goodness here.Garlicky Spicy Ramen from Miyamoto - after tasting all the ramens ordered, I decided I liked this the most as I like garlic, and spice and the generous dose of bean sprouts they throw inside with the ramen. I realised that I needed the bean sprouts to compliment the taste of the ramen, so that it won't be too ger-lat too soon.Nice place to grab a pre-movie meal, easy and fuss-free and tasty. You probably need to come with a group and order 1 ramen from each stall to eat at the same time to figure out what is your favourite ramen!! Good luck! continue reading
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Level4 2014-03-02
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Really enjoy this big bowl of Pork and Vegetable ramen as the soup base is thick and sweet, with generous amount of chewy thinly sliced pork on it. Noodles are very thick and chewy and totally not soggy. The generous amount of sliced cabbage, beansprout and seaweeds really make this main course very nutritional. Priced at $16 is affordable and value for money. Salmon is fresh and quite thick in slices as well, and with no stingy smell on it. Restaurant is abit warm but seats are comfortable. Service is friendly too. continue reading
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Level4 2014-02-12
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Came across eating Japanese food, I opted for soupy lunch. Ramen Champion at Great World City is a self-service concept, customers order from one of Ramen stall then collect their bowls themselves. Fuss free and labour intensive, the waiting time was usually around 10 minutes. May decided on your favourite or judges it from the longest queue, the environment was generally clean and appealing.Milky-white broth was heavily topped with well-marinated pork, braised egg, seaweed and corns, outstanding taste indeed. Love its thin noodles, the texture remained springy and mouthful. Slow-boiled tangy egg was okay, the pork on the other hand was in right ratio for fat lean and meat. The refreshing part was the sweetness that came naturally, salty for my liking. My Ramen was slightly expensive, price at $16.50. Yet it deserved the cost, filling portion and good premium quality. continue reading
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During the tasting session, we were provided with a free flow of the ramen stalls’ various side dishes and ramen (which of course, allowed us to eat to our very spacious stomachs’ content). The side dishes included gyozas with various toppings, chicken karaage and spicy chicken wings, which were in general, very well done. Arthur and I felt though that the central focus of Ramen Champion should be placed on the ramen dishes themselves, which is why we are not including photos or detailed reviews of the sides. Make no mistake though, they are very worthy appetizers, and I’d definitely recommend them to any seriously starving customers, to whom a bowl of ramen by itself wouldn’t be enough. Also, this section will only include our initial impressions of the ramen, with reviews being put up soon.The rendition of miso ramen by Bishamon Zero tasted as perfect as miso ramen gets. Considering the frankly mediocre standards of Bishamon outlets outside, this is surprising, albeit in a welcome way. The broth was well-balanced, with no individual flavours overwhelming the others. It also had a tinge of spiciness to it, which, like the other flavours, wasn’t overwhelming at all. These factors, combined with the other ingredients, made the components of the ramen perfectly complementary, making us tremendously impressed...For our full review with photos, please visit http://freshffm.blogspot.sg/2013/12/ramen-champion-great-world-city-brave.html continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)