The only other option on Enishi's food menu is the Japanese Dashi Noodle, customizable in terms of quantity of ingredients. I opted for the Basic ($18.80+) version, which comes with 1 slice of char siew & 2 slices of duck meat. I wanted to try the baseline offering, so I didn't go for any of the add-ons: Chilli oil topping (add $2+) / rich broth (add $1+).

On hindsight, I should've gone for the Regular ($19.80+) at just a dollar more, which is the Basic with an ajitama (ramen egg). In my haste, I hadn't noticed this. I love egg 🥺

The ramen noodles are thicker than the usual ones I'm used to, but that's not a bad thing. They were cooked nicely to still retain a big of spring with each bite.

It was a cold, rainy day - & that's why I went for this option with a comforting bowl of soup. The dashi broth is clear & slightly sweet.. While I don't consider it mind-blowing, I do prefer this lightness in flavour compared to the heavier broth types (e.g. tonkotsu or miso).

Unfortunately, the char siu was a bit dry & tough. I didn't enjoy it that much. The duck meat slices fared better, being more tender & I liked how I could peel off the fat/skin easily (don't judge me) (or do).

Overall, this was a decent dish, & great for rainy weather.. But I don't see myself craving for this like I do their Dan Dan Noodles.

💳 Accepts credit cards
🌬 Indoor seats only
🖥 No reservations accepted
💸 Order & pay before you get seated
💦 Water is not chargeable
🙋🏻‍♀️ Service charge applicable
🚫 No GST
📍 Inside International Plaza, #02-85A