One of the better tonkotsu ramens I’ve had in Singapore – the soup is rich and creamy, redolent with porcine goodness, but I’m missing the overt saltiness and smoky flavour profiles more commonly found in ramen in Japan. One good thing though is that this doesn’t leave you thirsty like a camel.

On to the other components – I prefer chashu that’s more fatty and melt-in-your-mouth, while this was lean and a little chewy, and the noodles were a little too soft for my liking, but all in all, this is still a good eat.

Taste: 3/5