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Full Review at: http://www.littletinysun.com/2015/02/first-michelin-starred-ramen-chef-in.htmlIt was my first time meeting a Michelin-starred ramen chef! Yasuji Morizumi is the world's FIRST ramen chef to attain a Michelin star. The genius behind Chabuton Singapore, he was in town recently to launch an exclusive ramen dish. Here's a review of a bowl of Michelin-starred ramen as well as some side dishes.Side Dish: Hitokuchi Gyoza — S$5.00/8pcsThe ingredients — pork, garlic chives and cabbage — ta
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Full Review at: http://www.littletinysun.com/2015/02/first-michelin-starred-ramen-chef-in.html

It was my first time meeting a Michelin-starred ramen chef! Yasuji Morizumi is the world's FIRST ramen chef to attain a Michelin star. The genius behind Chabuton Singapore, he was in town recently to launch an exclusive ramen dish. Here's a review of a bowl of Michelin-starred ramen as well as some side dishes.
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Side Dish: Hitokuchi Gyoza — S$5.00/8pcs
Hitokuchi Gyoza
$5
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The ingredients — pork, garlic chives and cabbage — tasted really fresh. We were advised to dip the dumplings into the soya sauce though I preferred eating them au naturel. They came in pretty uneven shapes, though the general appearance roughly resembled that of small purses. My biggest gripe would be that they were pan-fried quite unevenly (as you can see, some areas were significantly browner than others), making some dumplings crispier than others.
Hitokuchi Gyoza
$5
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Additionally, the fillings, while fresh, seemed quite meagre in quantity, resulting in some rather flat-looking dumplings. Each bite lacked a satisfying volume. In a blind taste test, I would probably think I was eating thin slices of murtabak!

Ika Karaage (Fried Squid) — S$5.00
Ika Karaage (Fried Squid)
$5
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I'm not a fan of squid at all, but this was REALLY great. Crispy on the outside yet squishy inside, the stark contrast of textures was a wonderful experience. What I loved best about this dish is that there was NO SMELL OF SQUID at all! I was also pleasantly surprised at the lack of oily residue on the plate despite it being super crispy.
Ika Karaage (Fried Squid)
$5
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I guess the only possible improvement to this dish I could wish for is a bigger portion, haha!

Premium Tonkotsu Ramen: The Kurobuta — S$18.90
Premium Tonkotsu Ramen: The Kurobuta
$18.9
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The Kurobuta features a blend of Tonkotsu & Chicken Collagen Broth, and there was a pretty obvious and pungent ginger aroma from my bowl. Diners from other tables gave feedback that Singaporeans don't really like ginger and would prefer garlic, but I thought the ginger was quite shiok. Hmm... for this dish, do you wish to hear the good news or bad news first?
Kurobuta
$18.9
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I absolutely love this highly-prized Kurobuta. The well-marbled meat contains fine streaks of fat that make each slice richly sweet, tender and succulent.
Kurobuta Ramen
$18.9
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The meat literally melts in your mouth — if pork ice-cream existed, this would definitely cut it!
Ramen Egg
$18.9
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Most Japanese restaurants serve HALVED eggs, Chabuton throw in an entire egg here. It's really difficult to cook a whole egg — the freshness, temperature and timing all come into play when creating that perfect molten yolk, gooey egg white and firm casing!

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Other Info. : Chabuton Ramen 313@somerset, #B2-01 313 Orchard Road
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Waiting Time
15 Minutes (Dine In)
Spending Per Head
$20
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Recommended Dishes
Hitokuchi Gyoza
$ 5
Hitokuchi Gyoza
$ 5
Ika Karaage (Fried Squid)
$ 5
Ika Karaage (Fried Squid)
$ 5
Premium Tonkotsu Ramen: The Kurobuta
$ 18.9
Kurobuta
$ 18.9
Kurobuta Ramen
$ 18.9
Ramen Egg
$ 18.9