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The ramen - cooked to al dente - is extremely silky and smooth. It was not soggy as the ramen is separated from the broth. The overall texture is very consistent and appealed much to our palate. Also, the portion of ramen is HUGE. Thankfully I did not upsize it ๐Ÿ˜‚ (which is free)! As the dipping broth is boiled from dried sardines and bonito with chunks of pork, I would expect it to be overwhelming. However, after dipping the noodles in and taking my first bite, I was extremely surprised by the lingering umami which made me crave for more! Rather than dipping into the broth for a few second, I would recommend letting the ramen sit in the broth for a while to absorb the full flavour of the broth! The only drawback is that they only offered the ramen and the dipping broth, with no meat at the side. As such, we had to order an additional portion of meat to make the meal more complete ๐Ÿ˜

My friend got the tonkotsu ramen, and we both felt that the broth was overly thick and creamy. Could only stomach a few bites before we got sick of the taste ๐Ÿ˜‚ Perhaps they could offer customers a choice of the intensity of the flavour between light, regular and heavy - to better cater to customers with different taste profiles!

If you were to go to Sanpoutei, we strongly recommend ordering the Tsukemen which is not as intense as their regular soup ramen.

The ANTicipated scale โš–
๐Ÿ‘…Flavour: 8.5 ants
๐Ÿ’ฐValue: 7 ants
๐Ÿ“Convenience: 8 ants

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