16 Feb 2014 • 376 reviews • 3 followers
Tried once, tried it again. The concept is interesting, rather "Marche
"-style, when you enter the restaurant, you're given a card. When you make a purchase at any given stall, all you need to do is hand them the card so they can log your purchase; you just accumulate all your purchases and make payment at the end of the meal before leaving. Simple and straightforward.
This place boosts of a vibrant setting, stall owners warmly hankering for business, diners busy scouring the different stalls to see which one entices them, and the hearty chatter ongoing.
I had the Spicy Miso Ramen
- a spicy soup base with noodles, braised egg, mushroom slices and fine slices of pork. It was rather tasty, especially when eaten at steamy-hot stage. The soup was good, but the noodles a little... thick for my liking. But the pork slices were soft and well-flavored. The overall ramen dish was a tad oily though, hence I did not finish everything.
A pity I did not take photos of the really nice Wanton Ramen
I had during my very first visit with Edwin* - for that one, it was a lovely fusional dish of wantons (Chinese meat dumplings) cooked in a lovely soup base. I absolutely enjoyed that dish because of the sumptuous dumplings tossed into piping hot, good noodle soup.
For more detailed information and photos, do visit:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2013/12/dinner-at-ramen-champion.html