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Took our dinner after movie, we decided on Ramen Play. Climbing up staircases to second floor, there was more spaces and comfy seats available. The décor was simple and full of Japanese atmosphere, dining area was clean and quiet. Menu was straightforward, one huge page to tell the choices. Promotion ongoing was the complimentary signature snack, with a minimum spending of $48.00 for Standard Charted Cardholders or $58.00 for all customers. From now onwards until end of March 2014, the original
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Took our dinner after movie, we decided on Ramen Play. Climbing up staircases to second floor, there was more spaces and comfy seats available. The décor was simple and full of Japanese atmosphere, dining area was clean and quiet. Menu was straightforward, one huge page to tell the choices.
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Promotion ongoing was the complimentary signature snack, with a minimum spending of $48.00 for Standard Charted Cardholders or $58.00 for all customers. From now onwards until end of March 2014, the original price was $3.60 in 3 pieces per set.
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Free of charge, we were surprised to receive it initially. Generously covered by Mayonnaise and Japanese Teriyaki Sauce, Meatball was firm and tangy. A very good appetizer to start up my meal, it came before our main course.
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Spiciness was acceptable, the soup was savoury along with the minced pork on top. A tempting bowl of noodles no matter in appearance or taste, the portion was filling too. Price at $12.80, it was a must try dish at Ramen Play.
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Ordinary thick and rich soup, the bowl was stuffed with a lot of ingredients. Nothing exaggerated, I found it was the most classic decent soup among the whole list in Menu. $12.80 was reasonable, yummy homely soup.
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Almost every Ramen had the braised egg, special recipe and upgraded the bowl of Ramen. Curry gravy was slightly oily, yet flavourful soupy in overall. $12.80 for one bowl, price was reasonable.
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Too bad the chicken cutlet was a bit hard and cold, my friend complained the disappointment. Noodle in soup was all right, springy in texture. $12.80 was its price, he finished up and put down an empty bowl. Enjoyed our time over Ramen Play, we chatted and laughed until it closed.
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Date of Visit
2014-02-03
Spending Per Head
$15 (Dinner)
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