Chicken Ramen

$10.00 Β· 7 Reviews

Didn't like it. Too bland.

Adding serious hipster cred to the Kampong Glam neighbourhood is this modern foodcourt concept. With interiors that ooze tropical vibes, lots of lush greenery all around and even a private courtyard, FOMO brings together seven food concepts β€” perfect for eclectic group gatherings and fickle diners. While not all the stalls are certified halal, all the dishes here are prepared without pork and lard. Some dishes that have worked their way onto the Burpple community's radar include slurping good creamy Chicken Ramen ($10) from Zamza (the same guys behind Jimota-Ya), a laksa-inspired pizza World is Mine! ($14.90) from The Don, and Louisiana-style seafood in combo baskets ($79, $139) from Mr. Wholly. Mr. Wholly also does a locally inspired Seafood Nasi Lemak Ambeng ($60) that pairs seafood with fragrant coconut rice.
Avg price: $10
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Justin Teo

FOMO has officially opened at the heart of Kampung Glam. Its very pretty, very picturesque, with lots of greenery integrated into its space. I also want to take ootds here, but I only wear boring clothes 😁
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There are 7 food stalls, and I've tried them all during the media launch last week. These stalls have interesting and different concepts, and take for example this nasi lemak by Mr Wholly - they serve Louisiana style seafood in combo baskets ($79, $139), but they've given it a local twist by serving their seafood with nasi lemak as pictured.
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I also have a photo of the chicken ramen at Zamza, a no pork no lard ramen, donburi and yakitori place. Check out my post on 6 Nov, and I really think it's worth dropping by with a couple of friends to try the many stalls and take your ootds 😁

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FOMO has officially opened at the heart of Kampung Glam. Its very pretty, very picturesque, with lots of greenery integrated into its space. I also want to take ootds here, but I only wear boring clothes 😁
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There are 7 food stalls, and I've tried them all during the media launch last week. These stalls have interesting and different concepts, and take for example this nasi lemak by Mr Wholly - they serve Louisiana style seafood in combo baskets ($79, $139), but they've given it a local twist by serving their seafood with nasi lemak as pictured.
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I also have a photo of the chicken ramen at Zamza, a no pork no lard ramen, donburi and yakitori place. Check out my post on 6 Nov, and I really think it's worth dropping by with a couple of friends to try the many stalls and take your ootds 😁

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Chicken ramen with a choice of clear/ creamy stock. We went with the creamy stock which was a bit of like creamy mee soto soup. Don’t expect the oomph and creaminess that boiled pork bones give but imagine a lighter soup.
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What really won me over was the juicy sous vide chicken breast slices. The ramen eggs were also had perfectly liquid centers. πŸ˜‹ Definitely liked the amount of cabbage and black fungus strips to balance out the meal. Springy ramen noodles that weren’t too hard nor soft. .
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For $10, this was pretty worth it!
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#burpple #halal #ramen #halalramen #sgeats #FOMO

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Chicken ramen ($10) is served here and you only get 2 kinds, the clear stock or the thicker creamier variant. The latter lived up to it's name sake. Rich chicken soup, eggs still oozing, crunchy black fungus, cabbage, sous vide chicken breast and best of all, noodles that weren't boiled till mush.
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Definitely slightly healthier than tonkutsu but personally I still prefer the oomph that the pork brings

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Hip-styled foodcourt Fomo @fomosg located at the heart of Kampong Glam opens their doors tomorrow. They're opened tomorrow for a soft launch but also stay tuned for their official opening on the week of 20th Nov. You can expect local and trendy food choices such as Poke Doke, Kane Mochi and Mr Wholly.
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I had the good fortune of trying first hand some ramen from "Zamza" by the guys behind @jimotayasg. It will be chicken based, and both the broth and meat are created from chicken and it's free from pork and lard. I understand they may be getting their ramen halal certified sometime in the near future. Also, each bowl of ramen would be affordably priced at around $10 per bowl.
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Thanks Sean for having me and my friends down that evening.

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