As compared to their chicken soup base, by far Aka Ramen’s broth won effortlessly. The rich brew is flavoursome enough, even before sprinkling the Fried Garlic Chips and Sesame Seed. What’s more a wring of the Lemon gives an invigorating twist to the soup. Although the Meatballs are nothing to shout about, Marutama’s springy noodles are a reminder why I came back for in the first place. We also ordered the Yaki Char Siu, or Grilled Sliced Roast Pork as a side.
A slightly thicker version of those that came with the noodle, the pork slices were mouth-watering, especially when you sink your teeth and nibble at the meat along with the layer of fats that came with it. However, I am beginning to find the queue of fifteen minutes for a table during peak period a little annoying - considering that Central Mall isn’t fully launched yet. Perhaps a good time for an expansion?
6 Eu Tong Sen Street
#03-90/91 The Central
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