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When winter falls upon the land down under, the blokes and Sheilas stop cracking open cold ones and start cracking open hot ones. Susuru is a local Newcastle purveyor of hot ones, and its loud, campy decor will brighten your day whether you like it or not.

Their ramen will also put a satisfied smile on your mug as you slurp your way through their respectably redolent ramen. While their shoyu ramen ($15) isn’t the best or a top 10 winner, it’s still rather decent considering that it’s a ramen joint in a sort of backwater city in Australia.

The only real issue I had was with the pork char siew, as I was unlucky enough to ‘score’ a piece that had some pig hairs attached to it. They fixed that issue promptly with a sincerely apology, and I was right back at slurping up that ramen.

Savory shoyu broth that doesn’t leave you more parched than the Sahara desert? Check. Bouncy, perfectly QQ ramen? Check. Tender, tremendously tasty char siew sans unwelcome pig hair? Check. That picture perfect ramen egg that should be rated R and tagged under #foodporn? Check.

Pretty sweet as for $15, mate.

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