[CLOSED] Ramen Champion (Changi Airport Terminal 3)

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65 Airport Boulevard
#B2-58 Changi Airport Terminal 3
Singapore 819663

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By @ramenchampion_sg they offer kakigori is 4 flavours: Hojicha, Royal Milk Tea, Strawberry and Milo.

The Hojicha Kakigori and the Royal Milk Tea Kakigori both comes with grass jelly, mochi, fresh whipped cream, and either hojicha or royal milk tea ice.

Fans of chocolate will love the Milo Kakigori, filled with Milo nuggets, Milo powder, Malteser chocolates, fresh whipped cream, and milk ice.

Check out what else they have to offer: bit.ly/hokkaidoparadise

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Now you can check out the revamped Ramen Champion, with a brand-new Hokkaido Paradise concept and section, dishing out Hokkaido-themed dishes at Changi Airport Terminal 3 basement 2.

The Hokkaido highlights include a Mt Fuji-Yotei inspired Stamina Miso Ramen, Ishikari Nabe Ramen, Seafood Donburi, Hokkaido Curry dishes, and exciting desserts of Hojicha Kakigori and Matcha Brûlée Toast.

Ah, and the Strawberry Kakigori 🍓🍧 filled with Japanese cheesecake.



From Ramen Champion x Hokkaido Paradise at Changi Airport Terminal 3; Ramen Champion had since went through a revamp where all the stalls are consolidated into two sections; one serving up the ala-carte, Ramen, Japanese Curry and Donburi items, and the other serving up sweet toasts and Kakigori.

The Houjicha Kakigori was great; the ice perfuming of a roasted tea aroma whilst containing rice cake and jelly within for a chewy texture; the cream atop providing a light hint of sweetness while soy bean powder in the middle also provides a hint of nuttiness. A small jug of Kuromitsu also comes at the side for those who wish to add a hint of sweetness to enhance the flavours of the dessert.

Whilst that is being said about the food, crowd management and service was not the best; no signages indicating to queue and order before finding a seat meant that some patrons queued while some just streamed in to find seats as though it’s a food court. And then there’s the 45min wait for our Kakigori (that’s after re-joining the ordering queue where table-less patrons were queueing in line at a queue sealed off due to the eatery reaching maximum capacity) which was a tad unforgivable especially for a bowl of ice — with no staff warning us about the wait time. Very confusing (and unnecessary) indeed.


Newly revamped Ramen Champion at Changi Airport Terminal 3 has collaborated with Hokkaido Paradise to bring you sweet treats from Hokkaido!

One of the popular items would be the Hojicha Kagigori, which is milk shavings flavoured with hojicha, and topped with sweet cream, soy bean powder and rice crispes. Kind of like your Japanese version of ice kachang that we have locally.

The hojicha flavour is strong yet subtle without overdoing it and paired with the cream which balances the dessert out.

You have an option of pouring honey over the combination or just have it in its own!

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My Ikkyu dry ramen was sold out so I decided to try this super big chicken katsu don. This is the reason I have to miss Hawker Omakase night! 😢 I ignored the suspicious itch in my throat and listened to my stomach instead. This katsu was nicely fried. The sauce provided tasted of miso and flavored the katsu very well. I added the gravy eggs with onion for $2.
Katsu + tendon = sore throat and fever.


I was asked if I wanted to add eggs for $2. Eggs scrambled with onions in gravy like oyakodon. Of cos I want! The eggs made the rice more savory. But the prawns definitely fell in ranking. I used to think this was the best tendon, but the previous 2 times I ate this, the batter was thick and hard. I even hurt my gum biting into it. This time was no different. I dunno what went wrong but if they keep this up, I won't eat this anymore. Congratulations Kohaku, you are number one again.

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