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This was unusual and fascinating. Nice sweet ice cream poured with the alcoholic amazake. It made us sit up.

Another option in Singapore to go for some ramen. Ramen Hitoyoshi has a few outlets across Singapore.

Their tonkotsu ramen is tasty and nothing to complain about.

We finally descended on this very gimmicky restaurant. Given how we are, we even skipped the fire show. I'd say the fire definitely added to the food, by giving it a smoky note. You can see some charring. I also appreciated the mountain of spring onion as I'm a fan. Beyond that, the noodles, broth and chashu were all average.

Love the dan dan ramen from @singapore_enishi! The noodles itself are super springy and cooked perfectly and is generously topped with a lot of ingredients. If you have left over sauce/toppings, you can even get free rice and eat it together. The restaurant is pretty small and packed but the turn over is pretty quick. Also good is their soup ramen!

The 1-1 main ramen, $39.90 is not what you save, but the restaurant claims as the discounted price! End up $60. Wtf?! I feel cheated! Probably won't come back again!

Hidden on the seventh floor of orchard central, this ramen stall doesn’t enjoy the footfall of some of its competitors in orchard. So it means something when the place is fully packed during lunchtime. The broth here is thick and rich and that black garlic oil gives it an umami kick. And who can resist 1-for-1 beers at $9 to douse the heat from that piping hot ramen. Definitely one of the best value for money ramens around.

Okay These tsukesoba noodles are freshly made with whole grain wheat flour imported from Japanese and each serving comes with a 200g portion.

Each bowl of Kokoro Tsukesoba ($14.80) comes with the essential bamboo shoots, cha shu, ajitama egg, seaweed, naruto fish cake, yuzu peel and a sauce option for you to choose between original and spicy. The original sauce is made with mackerel fish powder, tonkotsu broth base and spring onions while the spicy version has an added homemade spicy oil.

The Mentai Tsukesoba ($14.80) has the topping of tobiko and mentai with a sauce made from the original ingredients with sesame seeds, slab of butter, spring onions and more mentai. My preferred choice is this bowl as there is a deeper umami note from each slurp.
✨ Menya Kokoro
📍 100 Tras Street, 100AM, Unit 02-10, Singapore 079027
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Portions were quite generous; slabs of tender smoky meat with decent thickness. The meat wasnt dry either and retained some juciness. Priced at approx $9.
Rating 6.8/10

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Probably the third or fourth time here, although it's been a while since my last visit. I don't recall seeing them offering unagi previously, so we gave it a try. The unagi was pretty good, and could compete with some of the common restaurant chains out there. The rice however was somewhat dry and not quite the quality one would expect from japanese bowls. Still decent for the price of $12.90 Rating 6.7/10

The place has renovated its interior and reduced it's menu items. The prices have also increased since a year ago, but I guess it's still reasonable given the portions and inflationary circumstances.

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Was quite surprised they have lunch set which was price worthy. Set comes along with tea and side dish.

The original “Tonkotsu” (pork) broth with served with thin and straight noodles, pork chashu, and spring onions.

Located near Tanjong Pagar MRT, this ramen place is pretty popular and we were given a dining time limit when we visited on a Friday evening. The lobster dry ramen ($16++) features flat chewy noodles beneath spring onions, seaweed, minced lobster, an onsen egg and a claw croquette. The claw croquette was made with mashed sweet potato wrapped around a lobster claw and then breaded with Panko crumbs. The noodles were flavorful and mixing the onsen egg in gave it extra richness. However, I feel that the regular pork mazesoba may offer more satisfaction as the minced meat have more bite to it than the minced lobster given in this dish. This is nonetheless an interesting item you may want to try if you’re visiting. Water was complimentary at this establishment.

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