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🥢 Served with "Volcano" Chilli paste, marinated minced Chicken, Chicken Chashu, Corn Niblets, Nameko Mushrooms, Seaweed, Green Onions and a Hanjuku Egg

🧾 SGD$11.90

✍🏻 ☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆〘0/10〙

💬 So I initially ate this bowl of noodles a couple of months back, but I was reluctant to post it because that was actually my first time eating halal ramen and it was not good, albeit the decent reviews online. I felt that it was unfair of me to judge without having tried other halal places yet, at least for a comparison before criticising. Now fast forward a few months and having tried others, it is safe to say that my previous criticism was not unwarranted. One of the key components of ramen would be the ramen noodles of course, and when the noodles are bad it is hard to salvage the meal. I do not know what happened but these noodles were soft, overcooked and the opposite of springy. Their texture reminded me of noodles from those Chinese lamian foodcourt stalls. The broth was also barely satisfactory, tasting rather mild even though it had this creamy look and milky flavour. The "Volcano" chilli was not spicy even at level 3, definitely underwhelming if you are a spice lover. The only thing I liked were the marinated minced chicken but I cannot justify paying $12 for that. Frankly, I am still rather hesitant in adding this into my ramen log as I did not feel like I actually ate ramen. However since they do call this Japanese ramen, it will therefore be rated as one.

I love churros and was willing to pay a premium for these. But it was kinda unusual as there were hot and cold churros. The former was obviously the classic one, which went according to script. The latter was the strawberry and dark chocolate churros, which felt like they came from the fridge. Strawberry was very sweet, while dark chocolate was very un-sweet, which I guess makes sense.

i love durian sfm..... been waiting for them to have this flavour cause it's seasonal hehe finally got my cravings satisfied

Their Tom Yum bread spots a very prominent lemongrass scent which may not be a hit with everyone but I absolutely adore it, along with the tang and spice that's synonymous with Tom Yum. There could be more fillings though, but at this price point, there really isn't much for me to complain about.

Went with the fail safe option of Curry Chicken and it did not disappoint! Fragrant and savoury, biting into this was akin to biting into clouds (not that I've tried) 🤪

Yam Mochi was delicious! Packed with orhnee, floss and mochi, this was one hella yummy bread, where the fragrant yam paste and savoury floss complemented each other perfectly, with neither overpowering the other. The mochi had a texture akin to that of a nian gao (年糕), where it was really chewy and sticky, adding another dimension to the bread.

I love old school bread, especially those that come in aluminium trays where the bakeries used to sell by half a dozen. Chanced upon this gem and it brought back great memories for me! The owner of @thaibaang went to Thailand to master the craft before setting up shop here in SG and it was everything I expected it to be, soft, moist and fluffy with different fillings packed within. Bought plenty to share with the fam bamz!

Am already planning on a repeat purchase to try those that my family wiped out! 🤤

<12 hour braised minced pork ramen ($9) >
jap fusion zhajiangmian topped with crispy potato wrapped prawn 🦐 🥔,ebiko and onsen egg 🍳💯 yums!!!