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Kajiken serves a tantalising bowl of Nagoya-style mazesoba. The best way to enjoy this ramen is simply tossing and mixing all the ingredients together for 20 seconds to achieve the best harmony of flavours.
Get to taste the luxurious Keisuke's Lobster Ramen created by the Ramen King, Keisuke Takeda, who keeps on reinventing ramen. The best selling dish from Keisuke Lobster King contains whole French lobsters and infused with a special blend of herbs, vegetables, miso paste and Sichuan Sansho spices. It has four variations of broths - Clear, Rich, Miso and Spicy Miso.
Diners could opt also for steaming bowls of rich, flavorful Tonkutsu ramen by Keisuke Tonkotsu King. The creamy texture has a mix of collagen and pork fats. Each bowl comes with tender chashu and a slice of seaweed. Get any additional topping from $2 for a lava egg.
Diners could tuck in their tummies with a bowl of Premium Shio Ramen from Menya Masamune. With a delicate base with strong umami notes and topped with a delicious chashu that melts in your mouth, this dish is the impeccable balance of savoury and sweet!
Menya Sakura hailed from Nagoya with a whopping 15 outlets in Japan and 6 in Indonesia offers best-selling Tsukemen. The thick and chewy noodles are served separately with a rich sauce made from a blend of hearty pork bone stock and seafood broth. This a new comer in the ramen business in Singapore.
Be surprised with Ramen Noir, an umami-rich pork and chicken soup base with squid ink miso sauce from Ramen Atelier, a contemporary ramen bar that marries French culinary techniques with traditional Japanese ramen.
Expect to meet a personality like Menya Masamune whose Premium Shio Ramen has crowned the winners in two ramen championships in New York City. Specially flown in from Sendai, Japan. This chef and owner of the famous ramen restaurant will be here for the three-day event only.
All ramen will be sold at $10 nett at the event. Only cash payment is accepted at the venue. Diners are encouraged to vote for their favourite ramen throughout the festival. The large-scale outdoor ramen event is held at The Forum B1 of Resorts World Sentosa.
Aside from tantalizing ramen, all audiences will get to enjoy a series of fun activities including speed eating competitions and spicy ramen challenge. Be entertained with Japanese traditional dances and music, J-pop, anisong song, and dance covers. Meet the 1.95-meter-tall Shirota 'The Giant' Nobuyuki, a famous competitive eater from Japan, slurps up bowls after bowls of ramen. Test your wits and participate in the Ramen quiz and win prizes only on 28 July from 7pm to 7.30pm.