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Ramen Revolution Returns with Award Winning Ramen at Just $10!

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From its explosive debut last year seeing 30,000 visitors, Ramen Revolution returns this July (27th -29th) for a powered up the second edition! Located at Resorts World Sentosa once again, event goers can look forward to savouring event-exclusive ramen from 10 different stalls at a nett price of $10.


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Ramen lovers will be in for a treat, for this year’s event welcomes two special guests from Japan- Junk Story (from Osaka) and Men Dokoro Wakamusha (from Saitama), who will be presenting their award-winning bowls to Singapore for the very first time.
 

Junk Story  


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Junk Story is certainly not a new player in the ramen scene. Since it opens its doors in Osaka, the stall has been gaining popularity and has since expanded to a couple of sister shops, Men to Kokoro 7 and Hirudora in the past eight years. One of the highlights for this year’s Ramen Revolution is definitely the Michelin Bib Gourmand awarded-Kiramekino Shiosoba that the stall has to offer. The dish features a delectable blend of chicken and hamaguri (clams) broth, and instead of the usual chashu, every bowl of ramen will be topped with lightly seared chicken tataki. We heard that the tataki will be flavoured with yuzu pepper, just the thought of it is sufficient to get us salivating. And yes, how often do we get ramen with tataki? It’s certainly one ramen not to be missed! 
 

Men Dokoro Wakamusha


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Despite hailing from Saitama (Japan), Men Dokoro Wakamusha has proven its popularity among the westerners by emerging as the champion of the Street Ramen Contest in New York last year. This year, the stall will be showcasing its award-winning Chicken Paitan- made by simmering 3 kinds of chicken (Kawamata Shamo, Aizu chicken and Date chicken) at the Ramen Revolution. We have to say, the broth is both filling and delicious on its own. Although the stall’s noodles are on the thinner side, we were surprised that it is firm to bite and complements really well with the savoury broth. This is one ramen that is sure to keep you coming back for more!

Other ramen stalls to look out for include:

Men Men Tei- Jiro Style Aburi Charshu Ramen

Kanshoku Ramen- Truffle Ramen

So Ramen- Grand Tonkotsu Ramen

Menya Sakura- Tonkotsu Shoyu Ramen

Ramen Bar Suzuki- Extreme Black Tonkotsu Ramen

Hokkaido Ramen Santouka- Tantanmen

Kajiken- Okinawa Mazesoba

Ebi-Tori Menzo – Ebi Tsukemen

Aside from ramen, the event will also include a speed-eating competition and various dance performances. Do visit the Ramen Revolution’s official website for more details.