When I heard that Chabuton was the first ramen restaurant to be featured in the Michelin Guide, I know I had to try it. I love ramen and I have tried almost every must-try ramens in Singapore (yes I have my own personal list of top 5s like every other self-respecting ramen lover here). To me, the most important part about ramen is the broth; if the broth is good, I can forgive just about everything – even a less than runny egg. Β I guess thats why my favorite broth base would be tonkotsu because noting can beat a sweet creamy rich pork soup.


Moving on to Chabuton – I got their signature ramen. My first thought was “wow whats up with the overload of sesame seeds” Β While the avalanche of sesame seeds distracted some what the taste of the broth, it sill remained sweet, thick and creamy. Pretty decent! I even saw a group of young kids ordering bowls of rice just to eat with the broth – sign teenagers and their high metabolism rate

The rest of the ingredients were unfortunately pretty pedestrian


We ordered a side of gyozas to share, nothing much to comment about and definitely nothing compared Β to the ones at Β Gyoza-ya


313 Orchard Road, 313@Somerset, B2-01
Singapore 238 895
Tel: 6636 8335


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