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Exactly a Ramen supporter, I admitted I don’t mind to try whenever hearing any recommended Restaurant. Not the first time I visited Marutama Ramen, it was basically selling Japanese-style noodles in freshly boiled tangy broth. The Menu given was presented in very clear-cut way, only around few Ramen choices provided. Toppings or side dishes were allowed to be added, it was based on own preferences.I always ordered spicy version whenever there was hot fiery option, soup expectedly in stronger tas
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Exactly a Ramen supporter, I admitted I don’t mind to try whenever hearing any recommended Restaurant. Not the first time I visited Marutama Ramen, it was basically selling Japanese-style noodles in freshly boiled tangy broth. The Menu given was presented in very clear-cut way, only around few Ramen choices provided. Toppings or side dishes were allowed to be added, it was based on own preferences.
Nama Karashi Ramen
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I always ordered spicy version whenever there was hot fiery option, soup expectedly in stronger taste and heavier flavour. Braised meat was in correct ratio for the fatty portion, texture was softly smooth and stretchable. Noodles were firm with ultra thinly straight, drizzled by generous amount of Seaweeds and fresh Spring Onions on surface. Soft-boiled egg was well-marinated, savour was infused perfectly inside. Price at $12.00, the serving was rather affordable and reasonable. Perhaps Marutama Ramen was likely a “either you hate it or like it” kind, I appreciated this unique thickly broth definitely.
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Date of Visit
2014-03-07
Waiting Time
10 Minutes (Dine In)
Spending Per Head
$12 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
Nama Karashi Ramen