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There are two new contenders at the Ramen Champion located in Bugis. Unfortunately, this is probably the most disappointing ramen experience I had in all my trips. This is probably because the new dishes don't seem to fit my flavor..I should have had warning signs go off when I saw the logo, but it didn't hit home till I actually tried the ramen.. it tasted like noodles in chinese broth. I can't put a finger on it, but I feel like they had ginger or some other spice that is normally in chinese f
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There are two new contenders at the Ramen Champion located in Bugis. Unfortunately, this is probably the most disappointing ramen experience I had in all my trips. This is probably because the new dishes don't seem to fit my flavor..
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I should have had warning signs go off when I saw the logo, but it didn't hit home till I actually tried the ramen.. it tasted like noodles in chinese broth. I can't put a finger on it, but I feel like they had ginger or some other spice that is normally in chinese food.
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Ramen with Lobster Sauce! Sounds amazing right? The bowl was approximately $15..and I felt that the additional price was not worth it. (There was also no onsen tamago included) It felt like ready-made lobster bisque added to my ramen which actually spoiled the flavor of the ramen. The soup was decent and noodles were thin and good, but the flavors did not complement one another.
Verdict: Ramen that tried too hard to be 'westernized'
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As a whole, 1 Ramen tried too hard to be 'westernized', the other pretty much sank into the chinese cuisine category, but using ramen noodles and the traditional hot spring egg.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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2013-11-15