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

🧾 SGD$15.00

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πŸ’¬ 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.

πŸ₯’ Topped with Beansprouts, Cabbage, fried chopped Garlic, marinated Egg, minced Pork and Pork slices

🧾 SGD$13.80

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πŸ’¬ My oh my, it was really tasty at the start. As you stir and mix in the garnishes, you imbue the shoyu broth with the fragrant fried garlic. It was mouthwatering. However, things took a turn with just a few slurps in; I was starting to feel surfeited. Everything began to taste the same and I was getting overwhelmed by the flavour. You know those teppanyaki vegetables with cabbages and beansprouts? Yup, this tasted like a huge bowl of that except you don't have some rice to wash it down with. That being said, the noodles were incredibly springy and al dente. They were of a thicker and flatter variation. I highly recommend sharing this bowl with someone so it will be less "jelak".

[Tonkotsu Ikkyu Stall]
This fares way better than the bowl of spicy ramen from Menya Ryu. The broth was flavourful and strong, and the spiciness added an added layer of kick to it. Ramen noodles were also slurpy and of good texture. The pork chasu was a tad bit tough, but evidently very generous. The egg was more flavourful and softer than expected - which was a pleasant surprise. Tonkotsu Ikkyu definitely put up a good fight with this one!

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[Menya Ryu Stall]
It’s $7 on its own but in a set you just have to add $3. Tastes exactly what you’d expect! Definitely for the mentaiko lovers out there.

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[Menya Ryu Stall]
Taking my first bite, I knew that I’ve had better ramen before. The noodles felt like the normal yellow you mee you can can outside, hard and not the kind of ramen noodles I had in mind. The soup wasn’t as flavourful to me as well, just tasted spicy. The egg wasn’t any special too, just slightly runny. In a fight for ramen champion, with this dish, menya Ryu probably wouldn’t stand out. It’s overall just a normal bowl of ramen, I’ve had better, but I’m sure it can be worse as well.

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Dipping ramen.

My first time trying Tsukemen(Dipping ramen), I like it. Love the concentrated dipping sauce, ensuring my noodles will be well coated with flavours with each dip.
Champion Tsukemen $16.80++