Small Talk: This post is dedicated to my favourite buddy Sharon. Thanks for this birthday treat & fulfilling a wish on my Gastronomic wish List!
After my previous two posts (here and here) on Singapore’s best ramen, many of my friends and readers have came back telling me that I have yet to complete my ramen research till I am done sampling ramen from Sapporo Ramen Miharu and Netsuretsu Ichiban-Tei. Eager to complete my findings, I persuaded my buddy Sharon for a late Sunday lunch at Sapporo Ramen Miharu.
Their popular Miso Tonkotsu is well liked for a reason – the soup broth was rich in flavour from the chicken and pork bones (although I find it a bit oily), and pretty salty – similar to those found in Japan, and the corn and the dash of spring onions was surprisingly delectable. However, the Char Siu was good but not as tender and soft as those from Marutama. I also tried their Gyoza, but I was not overwhelmed with it.
The skin was a tad too dry and many locals would probably find the overpowering taste of the Chives too strong for their liking. Overall, a quality place for ramen especially for the soup broth, but personally I would still prefer the Char Siu and noodles from Marutama.
1 Nanson Road
Ground Floor, The Gallery Hotel
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