๐Ÿฅข Soaked in a sweet tonkotsu broth paired with marinated Pork Belly strips, an Onsen Egg, Scallions and Bamboo Shoots

๐Ÿงพ SGD$15.00

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๐Ÿ’ฌ The combination of sukiyaki marinated pork belly slices and poached egg complemented the slightly sweet tonkotsu broth really well. Breaking the poached egg and stirring it into the broth makes you salivate in anticipation for a good rich slurp. The pork belly slices were tender and well flavoured. It was my first time having a sweeter broth and I was enjoying it. The tinge of sweetness hovers on top of the tonkotsu porky-ness, slightly masking it. However, it does get a bit surfeiting nearing the end of the bowl. The noodles were thin but cooked al dente. A decent bowl but rather expensive considering the fact that this was not a restaurant.