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When it comes to ramen in Singapore, one can expect to find a bustling and vibrant culture of old-school Japanese ramen experts and new kids on the block presenting innovative ramen recipes at the heart of it all. Finding a place for that hearty sensation of cupping a warm bowl of broth as you take slurp after slurp of the irresistible noodles is no harder than spending 1 minute on the web to look for the closest retreat.
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Enter Konjiki Hototogisu, an established ramen chain founded in 2006 by Chef Atsushi Yamamoto. With a 4-year consecutive Tokyo Michelin Bib Gourmand and a glistening Michelin Star (2019) under its belt, Konjiki Hototogisu is no stranger to the ramen scene, and has even recently opened its fourth outlet in Singapore at the crowd-drawing Jewel Changi Airport. After pushing a much needed visit to the establishment for weeks on end, I managed to check out their CHIJMES restaurant just a few weeks shy of the arrival of the fourth.
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In a brief interjection of sorts, I would like to mention that there is always a delightful feeling of rapture and inspiration upon hearing the kitchen crew and the front of house staff welcoming you with a unified yell.
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I had to try their signature Shio Hamaguri Soup Ramen ($14.90++), which boasted a wonderfully light yet complex broth made from hamaguri clams, tai (red sea bream), a shio tare that consists of a masterful blend of Mongolian rock salt and natural Okinawan sea salt, and finished with an elegant touch of Italian white truffle oil. The subtleties of the broth were only heightened by the sheer textural ingenuity of their homemade noodles that utilise 6 different types of flour in its creation. It was rather aptly served with a complimentary side dish of a small serving of rice with clams, which was nice.
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Considering my advocacy of the tonkotsu broth in all things ramen, I’m pleased to say that Konjiki Hototogisu’s signature Shio Hamaguri Soup Ramen has taken the throne in my Shoyu/Shio ramen list as my favourite clear broth ramen. A must-try.

Not bad for the noodle, portion is acceptable for its location. Personal preference i shld ask them to put a little less vinegar.

The tea that i ordered is like water. Next round I will skip the tea

This Upper Cross Street inhabitant specialises in vegan tea lattes that aren't just delicious, but healthful too. Get this: they make their own cashew milk (as a base for all their drinks) from scratch by grinding quality whole cashews with no artificial additives. The Burpple community has nothing but praise for the creamy and well balanced Creamy Cashew Earl Grey ($5) and the Sweet Potato Latte ($5.50) that has a roasty, caramelised aftertaste.
Photo by Burppler Claire Ng

Hainanese Chicken Rice Quinoa Salad. It had no rice in it, instead it’s Quinoa. It’s a cold salad, so the chicken is chilled. (My mum is one person who likes her Hainanese style chicken chilled in the fridge!!) Some will say not conventional, but I am sure those who are avoiding rice like mad will want to try the quinoa version. There is achar that is hidden beneath too. It can be quite filling when you have it with a drink! Only available at @StarbucksSG Jewel Changi Airport. Oh yes, they have collaborated with @UddersIceCream by supplying their coffee to make Cold Brew ice cream!

The single platter is a great spread of 4 freshly baked pita bread, 2 falafels, fava beans, hummus and labna cheese. All the components were delicious and rich in flavours. The green #falafel (not featured in the photo as it was served later) is a deep-fried ball that amazingly isn’t oily or dry and highly tasty with its mix of chickpea and fava beans. With #entertainersg 1-1 platter, the meal was highly affordable and satisfying
📍@fillapitasg, #01-29 Nankin Row, 3 Pickering Street, China Square Central
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First time having Wanton Mee with beef. Nice 👍🏼... the meat is marinated well and chewy. Was there around 7:30pm and waited for about 15mins to get the seat. Was told to make reservation next time to avoid Long waiting time 👍🏼

Thanks to Burpple Beyond, if not, the dishes there are a bit pricy. Not a pancake lover but was looking for something sweet with my friend and we just happen to be nearby... so we decided to give this pancake cafe a try.
Most of the peoples there order their deep fried chicken pancake but this is not available in Burpple. Was told by the staff that those dishes available in Burpple are non of their signature item except egg Benedict 😳...
we thought French Toast is something that made by 🍞 but surprise that they use cake instead. Quite interesting. The ice cream that came along taste like those Magnolia or Walls kind.