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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, juicy and tender meat!
Special Power Ramen ($16.50). Tonkotsu soup is creamy and milky, and have garlic and bean sprouts splashed along with it.
Sapporo Miso Special Ramen ($15.80) uses red, white and black miso, and mixed with soup base made of tonkotsu and chicken.
Mentaiko Gyoza ($7.00). Gyoza skin is soft and thin, thus not covering the highlight of the contents itself. Worth a shot for this!
Lobster Salad ($9.80). It is good enough to eat it without the salad sauce, but mixing it makes it an absolute choice with a tad of sour taste! Their lobster mixture is delicious and fresh too.
Ramen Champion is pretty much making a smooth progress in Singapore, having 3 of such concept, separately in Great World City, Changi Airport Terminal 3, as well as Bugis+.
The ramens are generally thick in their broth and definitely worth a smile after a meal, but taste can be slightly salty for those who can't take saltiness. All their chashu(s) is unquestionably tender to mouth and has absorbed the essence of the broth!
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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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