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My Experience At Ramen Champion @ T3

Hello hello! Today I'm going to blog about my experience at Ramen Champion at Changi Airport Terminal 3! The last time during the Bugis+ Food Trail, Ramen Play was so generous and gave me a $40 voucher for me to dine. I didn't had enough of ramen the other time, so I'm back again for more! The outlet at Changi Airport is slightly smaller than the one at Bugis+! 



Entrance of Ramen Champion 


About Ramen Champion:

The Ultimate Ramen Champion 2012 is an event in Singapore, where 6 best ramen chefs battle it out at Bugis+ level 4. The winner will be crowned the Ultimate Ramen Champion 2012! This event will end at July 2013.

Address: 
Ramen Champion (Terminal 3) 
65 Airport Boulevard #B2-58 
Changi Airport Terminal 3 
Tel: 62142958


I can't decide what to have and one of the chefs recommended my to try this because he told me that the Hakata Ajitama Ramen was one of the popular ones that customer usually order. Preparation time wasn't that long and it took quite fast! 


The meat was soft and tender, easy to chew and if you are wondering what are those black stuff inside the soup, it is actually black fungus. Black fungus are good for health as it lowers your blood sugar and cholesterol.  



Love the boiled egg with uncooked egg yolk inside! I love mixing the egg yolk with the soup making it looks more yummy and tasty!! The texture of the noodles was soft/smooth and no hard at all. It was rather filling and really I love the thickness of the noodles. !

The broth was thick and rich in flavour, if you are a person that likes your soup to be a little bit salty this ramen would be suitable for you. Actually despite it being salty, it still appeals to my likings. Goes well even if without any meat.. No wonder this ramen is so popular. 

Price: 
Regular - $13.00
Large - $14.50

Btw, the one I had was a regular size, the portion was fulfilling and satisfying. Definitely worth getting it for $13.00. If you wanna have more noodles then you should try the large one, but trust me regular is already enough for me! I couldn't finish mine. 



How could I miss out Japanese Gyoza when I visit a Japanese restaurant? The brownish and golden gyoza was nicely fried and wasn't too greasy.. It blended well together with the soya sauce given. The meat inside brings out a unique flavour and is a side dish that I think many would like to order to add on to their ramen. *thumbs up*


Soup base was milky miso soup. Slightly less salty than Hakata Ajitama Ramen. Topped with 3 large slices of Char Siew and the meat was smooth and tender making it easy to chew .  Noodles was at a general portion. 

Price: 
$15.00


My personal review: 
This place is filled with many different types of ramen you can ever think off. Honestly had a hard time picking the ramen I want. Overall, had a great experience at Ramen Play, T3. Thumbs up for chefs being really polite and taking the time to explain to me the ramen. Service was excellent and I am definitely looking forward for my next visit here. Recommended time to dine here is after 2PM because it will be packed during lunch time!


Ending off with pictures of Qin Pin & I! Thanks for accompanying me :)
Byebye! 

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