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I happen to chance upon this place as the famous ramen keisuke was full. I didn't expect too much from it since it's a chain restaurant from a bakery. But I was pleasantly surprised to see reasonably prices ramen. For $12.80++ you get a corn ramen with egg and char siew.. though the corn ramen soup tastes a little but of alcohol.. But the crispy dango was really crispy with mayo and tastes like very well seasoned meat.. Almost like very good chicken mcNuggets.. The mustard chicken cutlet for $3.80 was also pretty good too! continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-31
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For your information, Ramen Play was sort of Breadtalk Group and successfully expanded their Ramen franchise. Creativeness while staying with traditional flavours, they were expert to serve Ramen. Using finest ingredients, it gained reputation undeniably. The presentation was little starchy, luckily it was still nice tasted. Signature dish, noodles were cooked in richly fragrant broth with a twist of Shoyu soupbase. Generous ingredients such as prawns, cuttlefishes, pork, carrot, egg and veggies, it was completely filling. Rather good place to dine in, upper-averaged quality and affordable price basically. continue reading
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