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So, I did lunch at Marutama Ramen, the "first authentic Japanese ramen that specializes in Toripaitan soup and Tamago"... or better (casually) known as "Basketball Ramen" because of its logo at the door and on the menu.My colleague, Cara* strongly recommended it, and since there was an outlet near our appointment venue, we decided to give it a go.I got myself the Ebi Ramen (chicken soup ramen with fresh prawns) - ramen, by the way, is a kind of handmade Japanese noodles. The soup was very delic
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So, I did lunch at Marutama Ramen, the "first authentic Japanese ramen that specializes in Toripaitan soup and Tamago"... or better (casually) known as "Basketball Ramen" because of its logo at the door and on the menu.

My colleague, Cara* strongly recommended it, and since there was an outlet near our appointment venue, we decided to give it a go.

I got myself the Ebi Ramen (chicken soup ramen with fresh prawns) - ramen, by the way, is a kind of handmade Japanese noodles. The soup was very delicious - containing the goodness of chicken stock and the sweetness of large fresh prawns. The noodles were smooth and springy enough; the prawns were cooked to a lovely tender perfection.

Though, after the initial hit of the tastiness of the soup base and noodles, I got a little sick halfway through the meal as I gradually found the soup to be a tad oily. The layer of oil could in fact be detected at first glance upon serving, but I had ignored it. The grease got a tad overwhelming halfway into the meal, and I just finished up the remainder of the braised egg and prawns.

For more detailed information and photos, do visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2013/12/lunch-at-marutama-ramen.html
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