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Old 28-02-2016, 10:12 AM   #3436
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Awesome! I was always a fan of Ippudo Ramen!

You guys should also try Marutama ramen and Santouka ramen @ Central; they're delicious too!

I also like the Tonkotsu King Four Seasons @ Bugis; its one of the best Tonkotsu ramen!
Santouka a lot of pple know liao, if not how to b ramen thread?
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Old 28-02-2016, 09:42 PM   #3437
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Takechi Ramen @ Suntec lvl 3.


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The broth is well balanced without being too salty, good enough for me to finish till the last drop. Noodles are not the run of the mill generic tasting noodles, big surprise here. Would prefer pork chashu instead of the bland chicken slices/balls.

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Old 29-02-2016, 10:34 AM   #3438
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Takechi Ramen @ Suntec lvl 3.
wat time were you there?
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Old 29-02-2016, 10:37 AM   #3439
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moi went the chicken ramen at suntec too.



broth was good as the taste is there and not too thick unlike tori king which nowadays is so thick tht it's starting to be like campbell soup

the chicken ball and slices lose to tori king thou. tori king big drumstick really wins

had the noraml one and the spicy one.

the spicy one really packs a punch, be really careful to test a bit 1st.
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Old 29-02-2016, 10:41 AM   #3440
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2pm like tat.

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Old 29-02-2016, 11:30 AM   #3441
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moi went the chicken ramen at suntec too.

broth was good as the taste is there and not too thick unlike tori king which nowadays is so thick tht it's starting to be like campbell soup

the chicken ball and slices lose to tori king thou. tori king big drumstick really wins

had the noraml one and the spicy one.

the spicy one really packs a punch, be really careful to test a bit 1st.
hey i agree with you too... i find tori king's soup to be too gao... kinda over le... drink liao will feel gelat.... takechi soup is rich but not too over... won't feel gelat after drinking... can easily finish the soup...

and yeah tori king's drumstick no fight... definitely better than takechi... more meat more juicy more tender and more flavor...


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Old 29-02-2016, 01:13 PM   #3442
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2pm like tat.
oh, moi huan was dinner time
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Old 29-02-2016, 01:16 PM   #3443
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hey i agree with you too... i find tori king's soup to be too gao... kinda over le... drink liao will feel gelat.... takechi soup is rich but not too over... won't feel gelat after drinking... can easily finish the soup...

and yeah tori king's drumstick no fight... definitely better than takechi... more meat more juicy more tender and more flavor...


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tori king initially was damn gd but nowadays the soup really too thick even when i choose normal.

the drumstick with their chilli dam nice
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Old 29-02-2016, 06:27 PM   #3444
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makan guru KF Seetoh's article on Ramen Taisho.

http://www.makansutra.com/stories/1/...Ramen%E2%80%A6
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Old 01-03-2016, 11:12 AM   #3445
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Really?

Yet to try

If they are still there

Will try later

Nicest ramen is char siew ramen from men men don don at Tampines century square basement. Their char siew the best, tender and they give a lot. All the rest of the expensive ramen shops are selling their brand and garlic oil only
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Old 01-03-2016, 11:16 AM   #3446
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Compare to Shin-Sapporo ramen?

Yet to try as well

Discoversg says they serve fire ramen?


http://discoversg.com/2015/12/23/shin-sapporos-new-fire-and-sake-ramen/

Really?


Nicest ramen is char siew ramen from men men don don at Tampines century square basement. Their char siew the best, tender and they give a lot. All the rest of the expensive ramen shops are selling their brand and garlic oil only

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Old 01-03-2016, 08:39 PM   #3447
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Good lobang for Bari Uma Fans! Valid only for this month at the Tanglin outlet.

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Old 02-03-2016, 09:18 AM   #3448
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Ajisen is like the fast food equivalent of ramen. Mass market, available at alot of places but not very good or exciting
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Old 02-03-2016, 08:47 PM   #3449
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hey i agree with you too... i find tori king's soup to be too gao... kinda over le... drink liao will feel gelat.... takechi soup is rich but not too over... won't feel gelat after drinking... can easily finish the soup...

and yeah tori king's drumstick no fight... definitely better than takechi... more meat more juicy more tender and more flavor...


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This reminded me of something that I've been meaning to ask. When one specifies thick for the broth, does it refer to to viscosity or the strength of the flavour? I've always had the impression that it referred to flavour, but I'm not so sure these days.

I'm also one of those that find that broth from a number of places are getting kinda viscous.
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Old 03-03-2016, 03:37 AM   #3450
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This reminded me of something that I've been meaning to ask. When one specifies thick for the broth, does it refer to to viscosity or the strength of the flavour? I've always had the impression that it referred to flavour, but I'm not so sure these days.

I'm also one of those that find that broth from a number of places are getting kinda viscous.
i have no idea... u can ask sen if he knows the answer... for me i always choose the medium option...


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