30 Victoria Street
#01-07 CHIJMES
Singapore 187996

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

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I eat too much ramen with my friend and family in the past until I didn't remembered what I ordered liao. I settled on getting Black Tonkotsu Ramen ($15.50) after hesitation lol. But the broth for ramen was really rich and thick and also the ramen texture just nice for me (not that too hard or soft).

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This is a huge bowl with 4 chashu pieces, and it's essentially their signature with the collagen-rich pork bone soup. Quite a classic flavour that can't really go wrong, although if you want something different then you can go for their garlic one - Black Tonkotsu or Bonito flavoured ramen.

Added a flavoured egg for $2.50, and this was actually quite an interesting one! It's Chicken Γ— Bonito Γ— Pork soup, and you can indeed taste bonito in this rich broth. Definitely slurp-worthy 🀭.

Tbh black ramen is usually my go-to, because of its strong flavours from the fried garlic paste. This was definitely a rich and thick broth that's for those who go for strong/ bold flavours usually.

They offer free Gyozas on your birthday based on your age!! You can choose how many to cook, and how many to bring back (in frozen form) so don't worry about stuffing yourself with gyozas πŸ˜‚.

Gyozas (free)
We decided to just cook 20 gyozas and bring the rest home, and their gyozas came slightly crisp, altho the gyozas tend to stick together and the skin tears easily when you try to pull them apart. Flavourwise not too bad!

First time trying this - I usually go for the tonkotsu, and surprisingly I prefer the bonito soup. The bonito ramen comes with chicken x bonito x pork soup, with tender thin pork cha-shu, bamboo shoots, seaweed, and spring onions.

Comparing the soups, the tonkotsu has a more thicc and creamy texture (the collagen!), while the bonito is more flavourful (umami from the bonito I guess) but the mouthfeel is cleaner and easier to drink bc it’s not as creamy (less collagen?).

Also this comes with a thicker noodle as opposed to the regular thin noodles in all their other ramens. It’s nice too, but I am a sucker for their thin noodles which are more outstanding to me. Either way, still my fav ramen spot in sg! Maybe I’ll try to see if I can order bonito ramen with thin noodles bc that would be my ideal combo!