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Full review: http://nkikichua.blogspot.sg/2016/02/xin-hao-ramen-bugis-cube-singapore.htmlXin Hao Ramen fortes lies in combing Japanese flavours with modern ingredients and offering them at affordable prices in a rustic setting. Even their ordering system is pretty straight forward with the self-service paperless innovation. Having the menu placed right at the entrance of the shop, choose your choice of ramen and proceed to the cashier with the wooden tags.Besides the Salted, Miso, Spicy and Shoy
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Full review: http://nkikichua.blogspot.sg/2016/02/xin-hao-ramen-bugis-cube-singapore.html

Xin Hao Ramen fortes lies in combing Japanese flavours with modern ingredients and offering them at affordable prices in a rustic setting. Even their ordering system is pretty straight forward with the self-service paperless innovation. Having the menu placed right at the entrance of the shop, choose your choice of ramen and proceed to the cashier with the wooden tags.

Besides the Salted, Miso, Spicy and Shoyu Ramen being the mainstays, I would prefer the Shoyu ramen more than the others. A downside is that the soup lacks the consistency as each bowl of ramen is made on the spot using the same base; tonkotsu soup, hence it may get a little too salty.
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However, I'm very pleased with the new item, Grilled Meat Don or Tempura Ebi Don. It's a bowl of Japanese rice topped with grilled meat or tempura ebi, runny egg and drizzled with spiced soya sauce. It also comes with deep fried enoki mushroom and Tonkotsu soup.

(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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