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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

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$14.90 with set


Set comes with a drink and a choice of side which I chose the steamed egg (chawanmushi). Their chawanmushi comes with braised pork (what?!) and it’s damn fragrant!! Can try! I chose thick noodles for my bowl of ramen and it goes super well with the red soup which is actually spicy pork broth soup!

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I had the tsukemen while my mom and bro had the ramen and it was delicious! Loved the tonkotsu broth, which we slurped up. For the tsukemen, I’d recommend letting the noodles soak in the sauce for a few seconds rather than just dipping - this way, you get the full flavour.

Sadly, the non-noodle dishes weren’t great. My agedashi tofu was way too oily, while my dad’s karaage was nothing to shout about. His miso soup was lukewarm too.

I guess it makes sense that they’ve focused on their speciality - so if you go, make sure to get their noodles!

Menya Musashi would be a place to go whenever I wanted a Ramen overdose, because their Tsukemen allowed me to eat up to 5 times the standard portion of noodles. Their Tontoro Tsukemen Set (S$22.90) would, however, comprise up to 2 times the noodles portion, plus a side dish and a cup of tea. Tontoro would be my choice this time round, because compared to Chashu, their Tontoro had an flame-grilled aftertaste and definitely it would be less commonly found in.

Honestly speaking, if I really wanted a good bowl of ramen, the Tsukemen might not be my first choice, because the thick broth turned cold too quickly after a few rounds of dipping the cold Ramen noodles. But if my priority would be just to get my stomach filled, this might still be forgivable.

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Ala carte- $14.90
Set price- $17.90 (comes with a drink and choice of side)

Finally found another place with the option of having the full bone in chicken thigh with ramen instead of cha shu!! And they have tons of other options like seafood, shabu shabu, aburi duck, aburi chicken etc. Other soup base choice includes red (spicy) and white (original pork) base.


Spicy cha Shu ramen with a choice of thick or thin noodles. They also have broths in white or black garlic. $14.90 for ala carte and $3/4 extra for a set.

Freshly deep fried upon order! side dish which is part of the lunch set

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