A decent bowl of fusion ramen by Japanese ramen chain, Ajisen; though I probably would not patronise them for this again.
Ajisen’s ramen over the years remain unimpressive. It is difficult to criticise because the elements of this ramen was straight to the point. The pork shabu came in moderate amounts; the Tom yam flavour was not too salty, sour, nor spicy; the texture of ramen noodles is what you’d expect. Yet, none of these were mindblowing, and for the price, there is a higher chance of getting a bowl of similar standards at a cheaper price, or something arguably of better quality at a similar price.
Nonetheless, ajisen remains a relatively affordable ramen fix in shopping malls, and they serve other dishes such as fried rice and gyoza as well, which may fare better than this bowl of ramen.