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Special Kotteri Tsukemen

$16.80 · 5 Reviews

The dish was invented in 1961 in Tokyo, Japan, after which it has become a very popular dish throughout the country.
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Now fans of Tsukemen can rejoice upon knowing that Joshoken, a brand under Tashiro Koji's Saikyo Gundan is now available @RamenChampion_Sg @ Bugis+!
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What to look out for; in frame the Special Kotteri Tsukemen ($16.8): Ramen cooked to Al Dente, topped with Smoked & Torched Pork Collar Chashu, Menma (aka preserved bamboo shoots), Nori, Spinach, Ajitama, Fishcake. Dipping broth is a blend of Chicken, Pork, Oinion, Ginger, Garlic, Carrot & Leek that's boiled over high heat for 15 hours! One can add a squeeze of lime to the noodles before dipping into thy broth but I personally love to do away with that.
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Pic Taken @ Joshoken Saikyo Gundan @RamenChampion_Sg @ Bugis+
201 Victoria Street
# 04-10
Singapore 188067
Phone: 6238 1011
Operating Hours: Mon - Fri
Lunch
11,am - 2:30pm
Dinner
5:30pm - 10:30pm
Sat/Sun
Lunch
10:30am - 2:30pm
Dinner
5:30pm - 10:30pm
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ramenchampionsingapore
Website: http://ramenchampion.com.sg
Email: [email protected]
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I say order both! But capsaicin aficionados might want to take note that the latter comes in spiciness level up to 20! Say Wat?!?
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Pic Taken @ Joshoken Saikyo Gundan @RamenChampion_Sg @ Bugis+
201 Victoria Street
# 04-10
Singapore 188067
Phone: 6238 1011
Operating Hours: Mon - Fri
Lunch
11,am - 2:30pm
Dinner
5:30pm - 10:30pm
Sat/Sun
Lunch
10:30am - 2:30pm
Dinner
5:30pm - 10:30pm
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ramenchampionsingapore
Website: http://ramenchampion.com.sg
Email: [email protected]
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#Joshoken #ramenchampionsg #BrandCellar #DarkFoodPhoto #burpple #food #foodie #foodies #foodgasm #foodphotography #foodpic #foodpics #foodporn #foodspotting #foodstagram #buzzfeast #eeeeeats #gastronomia #getinmybelly #ilovefood #nomnom #singapore #tslmakan #finditliveit #hot_shotz #liveauthentic #primeshots #10likes #webstagram #vscogood

Nestled within the Ramen Champion cluster in Bugis+ is Joshoken, a Tsukemen joint from Japan. Tsukemen is a style of ramen where noodles are served separately from the dipping sauce. Joshoken, a brand under the winner of the Super Tsukemen Exhibition last year, uses two broths to get its unique dipping sauce and requires 15 hours of boiling and constant stirring before it's placed in the fridge to cool. Tastemaker Justin Teo advises sharing a Tsukemen with a friend, as the portion of noodles can be too filling for one. Go for the Special Kotteri Tsukemen ($16.80) that comes with a blend of chicken and pork broth as the dipping sauce. Justin loves how the pork collar and belly cha shu served with the ramen has a smoky fragrance, a result of it being lightly torched before serving. Once you're done with the noodles, be sure to add dashi stock to the remaining dipping sauce and drink it as a soup. Otherwise, try the crowd-pleasing Maze Soba ($14.80), a dry ramen that comes topped with creamy mentaiko, spring onions and a wobbly onsen egg. Toss the entire dish thoroughly before digging in!
Avg Price: $15 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Justin Teo

This ramen is Joshoken's speciality.
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What I like about this is the pork collar chashu and pork belly chashu, which had a smoky fragrance due to it being smoked and torched before serving. The dipping broth was a blend of chicken and pork, cooked for 15 hours over high heat and constant stirring. When you're done, add the dashi stock to the remaining dipping broth and drink it as a soup. Be warned though, the noodles are thick and thus very filling, order to share :)
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This photo is taken during a tasting.

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Joshoken is under Tashiro Koji Saikyo Gundan, which was the winner in Oct 2016 Super Tsukemen Exhibition in Shinjuku.
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Pictured are their recommended ramen:
Maze Soba ($14.80); and
Special Kotteri Tsukemen ($16.80).
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We like the Maze Soba, which is a dry ramen that is creamy due to mentaiko and poached egg. You can also pour porridge over the leftover umami goodness and slurp it all up, it's very comforting.
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Credits: This photo is taken during a tasting.

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