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Ramen Champion (Bugis+)

Asian, Japanese

79%100%

65 votes

62381011

Daily: 11:30 - 22:30

$17 based on 47 reviews
Ramen Champion is the battle of the best chefs in town. See what foodies like this place for
Food Esteem • 13 Aug 2014113 reviews 4 followers

For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2014/08/ramen-champion-shodai-koji-riki-menya.html 
 
 Ramen Champion has just brought in 3 new stalls to entice more Ramen-Lovers to drop by for a meal, which are Shodai Koji, Riki, and Menya Ryu.
 
 Triple Chashu Ramen ($16.80). It's called triple chashu because it uses 3 kinds of eat to create the chashu, which are chicken thigh, pork belly and pork collar.
 
 Tebasaki with Spicy Sauce ($6.90). Needless to say, crispy skin,...

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The HGW community like this place for...

  • Dinner19 votes
  • Lunch19 votes
  • After Work11 votes
  • Vibrant/Noisy11 votes
  • Children/Family10 votes
  • Large Groups/Gathering10 votes
  • Brunch3 votes

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What others are saying...

Food Esteem • 13 Aug 2014113 reviews 4 followers

For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2014/08/ramen-champion-shodai-koji-riki-menya.html 
 
 Ramen Champion has just brought in 3 new stalls to entice more Ramen-Lovers to drop by for a meal, which are Shodai Koji, Riki, and Menya Ryu.
 
 Triple Chashu Ramen ($16.80). It's called triple chashu because it uses 3 kinds of eat to create the chashu, which are chicken thigh, pork belly and pork collar.
 
 Tebasaki with Spicy Sauce ($6.90). Needless to say, crispy skin,...

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Maurice Lim • 29 May 20142 reviews 0 followers

This is not the cheapest ramen you can find but it seriously is one of the best I've had.
I've been to Japan and this is by far the closest thing to that.
The soup was rich, salty, slightly sweet and seasoned perfectly

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ArcticStar • 16 Feb 2014253 reviews 1 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...

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