201 Victoria Street
#04-07 Bugis+
Singapore 188067

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The cheese is aburi style, sitting on sukiyaki pork. Cheap, basic noodles. Passable.

Piping hot, the Mentai Takoyaki ($7) was also super shiok. Nice and crisp on the outside and tender on the inside. Salty and with a slight hint of spice, the sauce lends the dish a nice richness. But it wasn’t greasy or cloying.

*Oh and till 26 December 2021, get a complimentary choice of soft drink with any order of ramen or Tendon!

Spotted with a fresh look after the shift to their new unit at Bugis+, Ramen Champion is back with hand-kneaded ramen noodles made in-house daily. And what better way to enjoy the preservative-free noodles than having it ‘Tsukemen-style’. Jam-packed with umami flavour, 大勝軒 Taishoken’s Tsukemen dipping broth was boldly and unapologetically savoury - a little sweet and smoky as well. Made with dried anchovy and dried bonito, the meat-based broth was also hearty and lip-smacking. A little rich in the beginning, the broth was not overly thick but for me, I like adding the soup wari (special dashi broth) served alongside to balance out the heavy flavours. The noodles were bouncy, slurpy, slightly chewy, and held on to the sauce pretty well. As for the other elements, the ramen egg and bamboo shoots were well-marinated. Tender and nicely charred, the sliced char-siu were not too ‘porky’, fatty or lean.

*Oh and till 26 December 2021, get a complimentary choice of soft drink with any order of ramen or tendon!

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

🧾 SGD$15.00

✍🏻 ★★★★★★☆☆☆☆〘6/10〙

💬 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.

🥢 Topped with Beansprouts, Cabbage, fried chopped Garlic, marinated Egg, minced Pork and Pork slices

🧾 SGD$13.80

✍🏻 ★★★★★☆☆☆☆☆〘5/10〙

💬 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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