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My first time that I tried this under Breadtalk group branch Ramenplay.Ordering things and names that looks interesting - and heavily relying on pictures on the menu, I ordered the meat in bamboo (forgot the name it was in japanese), calpis drink as recommended by my friend which was very refreshing with the soft hint of the yogurt milk sense and sweetness of the pink syrup, and the spring rolls in transparency.Whatever picture they enlarge, I just picked that Different than most japanese menus
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My first time that I tried this under Breadtalk group branch Ramenplay.

Ordering things and names that looks interesting - and heavily relying on pictures on the menu, I ordered the meat in bamboo (forgot the name it was in japanese), calpis drink as recommended by my friend which was very refreshing with the soft hint of the yogurt milk sense and sweetness of the pink syrup, and the spring rolls in transparency.

Whatever picture they enlarge, I just picked that
Different than most japanese menus (aside from the ramen of course) is this mixed egg and steamed meat in the bamboo. Eaten by scooping the meat on your spoon and dipping it to the raw egg (totally new yes) it had this sweet and then creamy texture to it as you dip it to the middle of the egg yolk. I would irk out but this one was actually sweeeeet!


The spring colls were deliberately fresh and ultra crunchy with the vegetables inside, it was really full up wrapping on the sides, and with the non-spicy chilli ala Thai it was just mmmh mmmmh. It was a healthier option as it was not fried, but just an original wrap.

Definitely back for more of these two interesting fusions which I felt like the rolls wasn't so Japanese
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