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The tsukeman version is definitely much more palatable to my tongue. The dipping dashi has a citrusy yuzu taste which is more to my liking as compared to the soup version.

Signature dish from Afuri with thin noodle that is different from the usual. The noodle used here tasted like soba instead and after checking with the waiteress, they told us it was actually made from healthier wholegrain (not too sure how true it is). The soup was very light with the citrusy taste of yuzu. Something different but i would definitely pick the thick broth anytime. Char siew is definitely not to my liking as the meat was kind of tough and chewy. The onsen egg is quite clean on the inside, not well marinated.

Signature Yuzu Shio Ramen - The light broth is made up of seafood and chicken stock, and comes with a slice of pork, seaweed, bamboo shoots, mizuna leaves, ramen noodles, and half an onsen egg.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/afuri-ramen-singapore/

Indeed one of the unique ramen i have tried. The taste of yuzu is refresing. Dry is better than the soup version. However not really cheap and portion was ok. I still prefer ramen champion. #burpple #burpplesg #foodporn #afuriramen

And as always, the queue for this good bowl of ramen is quite long, brace yourself! I personally love yuzu so I don't mind the citrusy flavour of the broth but it's definitely very different from your normal ramen. The yuzu actually helps to cut the "gelat"ness of the broth and makes everything more palatable! #igotfoodcoma #burpple

Take this Yuzu Shio Ramen, it’s broth is slightly smokey, giving it this bacon flavour yet remains (never thought I’d use this word on a bowl of ramen), surprisingly refreshing!
Don’t be daunted by the queues you see, we waited 15 minutes for a table despite having more than ten people on line in front of us.