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(from No.18 Zion Road Fried Kway Teow)

Garlic tonkotsu ramen ($15.50) 🍜 9/10

I was expecting the usual faint hint of garlic oil when I ordered this but I was greeted with a blast of pungent garlic with each rich spoon of soup. At the bottom of the bowl, I found crunchy slices of raw garlic that I happily chewed up with the other rice dishes here. Highly recommended if you're a garlic fiend like me!

On top of the soup, I was pleasantly surprised by how amazingly tender the tonkotsu slices were. I mean, swipe to look at how the meat just falls apart!

Truffle mushroom pizza ($18.90) 🍕 6/10

The price isn't not bad for a 12" pizza ('large' size in Domino's) and the mushrooms were fresh and juicy.

However, I wasn't impressed by the crust because it tasted too bready and not flaky/crusty enough. That was a dealbreaker for me.

Aburi mentai don ($15.80) 🍣 7/10

I find that it's hard to get torched mentaiko wrong -- these bowls of flamed salmon and mentaiko mayo were certainly very enjoyable. Especially with the bursts of tamago and cucumber.

However, I think the bowls could be much more satisfying if the salmon slices were thicker.

Beef steak jyu ($14.90) 🥩 8/10

These chunks of beef were quite worth it for the price. Not only do you get roast beef on top -- underneath the pink slices of tender beef was some sukiyaki beef (beef strips with onions), which added to the overall flavour of the rice.

I must say that some pieces of beef are inconsistent because I could bite through some slices but others needed a bit of pulling/sawing to bite through.

Simple but deep sophisticated taste. Dense, smooth and creamy banana flavour pastries
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🚩Ryan’s Kitchen, 1 Kim Seng Promenade, B1-146 Great World, Singapore 237994

Quesadillas was delicious. Thin tortilla crepe wrapped with tasty fillings, paired with wild green salad and sweet chilli sauce.
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🚩Ryan’s Kitchen, 1 Kim Seng Promenade, B1-146 Great World, Singapore 237994

Can someone please bring me back to @ryanskitchen_sg for their steak?🥩😋
They serve real quality meat.😍
Tomahawk Set($88) consists of;
2 Quesadillas, Fries, Salad, 2 Coffee/Tea
Upgrade Fries to Truffle Fries(+$4)
Doneness - Medium Rare.
Starter - Quesadillas was delicious. Thin tortilla crepe wrapped with tasty fillings, paired with wild green salad and sweet chilli sauce.
Main - Tomahawk was splendid. Meat were pretty well-seasoned, no need for additional dipping to taste its authenticness. One of the juiciest, meatiest and tender meat I had. Oh and just look at that glistening fats and redness of meat, isn't it making you drool?🤤 Fats were just wow and melts in the mouth.
Dip into the creamy mushroom sauce or demi glacé sauce for an extra yum. Although thick-cut fries were yummy & crispy but the truffle taste is lacking.
Drinks - Tielka Tea to relieve the "sinfulness" from the meat and aid in digestion.🤣
For the price, its worth it.
Thanks the chef behind who cooked this meat, you did a excellent job.🤗
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Some dessertlicious Banana Pastries(Price Forget)😋🍌
Simple but deep sophisticated taste. Dense, smooth and creamy banana flavour pastries
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🚩Ryan’s Kitchen, 1 Kim Seng Promenade, B1-146 Great World, Singapore 237994
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Tbh this tasted quite similar to pullman’s an pan on first bite, but with a bit more fragrant bread. Their red bean filling is great, it’s the Japanese bakery type of red bean filling (similar to what u get at other Japanese bakeries), I find that it tastes lighter compared to local bakeries, but still tasty.

Did a side by side comparison of this & pullman’s (just so happen to get both their an pans on the same day) and I think gokoku’s edges out pullman’s by a smalll margin but both are great! This is $2.40 while pullman’s is $1.30 so I guess it rly depends on whether you’re willing to pay a $0.90 premium or not + convenience.

This was soft and moist and chewy, with crunchy fig bits interspersed within the bun which provided a nice natural sweetness. Enjoyed this very much!