๐Ÿฅข Topped with Chicken Chashu slices, Wood Ear Mushrooms, Aosa Seaweed, Menma, Green Scallions and a marinated Egg

๐Ÿงพ SGD$10.90

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๐Ÿ’ฌ When you think ramen, pork bone broths usually come to mind due to the myriads of tonkotsu ramen shops in Singapore, or at the very least, with some traces of porky goodness. So when I was visiting a halal ramen store, I obviously kept my expectations low. Honestly how good can a bowl of ramen be without any pork am I right? ...RIGHT? Oh boy was I shown otherwise. This place served a mean bowl of shoyu broth simmered with chicken bones alongside an umami blend of bonito and mackerel. Although the chicken flavour was not pronounced, this was a hearty bowl of soup nonetheless with a nice balance between savoury and sweet. The chicken "chashu" slices were meaty and somewhat tender. Ramen noodles were thin and bouncy; giving a nice chew. Excellent place to eat at with your Malay friends and I will definitely be back to try the rest of their menu!