I must have been missing out on the ramen-eating scene in Singapore. This Japanese soup-based noodles has created a food craze among Singaporeans with its sudden sprout in numbers of ramen restaurants and stalls here in Singapore.And if you’re a ramen fanatic, you would have stumbled across this restaurant called Ramen Champion which runs on an interesting concept of helping consumers in to find the best-selling ramen cooked by ramen champion chefs.
Ramen Champion is basically a ramen food outlet which offer various Japanese Ramen brands for diners to choose from. And each year, the members of the public will vote for the ultimate Ramen champion. This year, Ikkousha was crowned as the champion with it’s best-selling ramen – pork-based Hakata-style ramen. You don’t have to go around hunting for the best ramen when Ramen Champion brings you one of the best ramen you could possibly enjoy in Singapore.
To expand on the idea of food amusement and challenge in Singapore, Ramen Champion has decided to hold a competitive ramen eating contest where the contestants will outwit each other based on the number of bowls of ramen they can eat from the new Tonkotsu ramen brands, Mendokoro Aoi and Tonkotsu Itto from Japan. The qualifying round is now over but do look out for the final round which will be held on 14th November 2013 (Thursday), from 3 pm to 5 pm at Ramen Champion @ Great World City.
I wasn’t able to witness the Ramen Big Eater Challenge which took place earlier that day but I was invited for an exclusive food tasting session where we get to stomach some ramen at Ramen Champion ( Bugis+ outlet).
In comparison, I am more agreeable with Mendokoro Aoi’s Broth where it is salty but flavourful with its mild spicy flavour that adds a little kick to the ramen.