If authentic Japanese ramen interests you, then be sure to check this place out at Bugis Iluma.
Ramen Champion is a Marché-style (or food court-style) dining place where you can choose to dine from a selection of food stalls, charge all your orders to a card given, and only pay when you exit. Well, as the name suggests, Ramen Champion is all about ramen! You can find six ramen stalls there, each carrying their own specialized ramen flavor representative of different cities in Japan!
Here's an overview of all six ramen stalls at Ramen Champion:
|See Gantetsu's menu|
Menya Iroha [Toyama]
|See Iroha's menu|
Toyama's ramen - the black shoyu ramen! Menya Iroha has been a 2-year ramen champion in Tokyo. Specializes in the black shoyu ramen and traditional miso with chili mara ramen.
|See Taishoken's menu|
|See Ikkousha's menu|
|See Bario's menu|
|See Tetsu's menu|
What kind of ramen (soup base + noodles) do you like?
Which ramen at Ramen Champion will you go for?
Find out which ramen we went for on first impression and whether we like it on the "Ramen Championship Adventure" series!
These six branded ramen shops are competing for the Ultimate Ramen Championship!! Support the ramen shop you like on Facebook:
- 'Like' the Ultimate Ramen Champion 2011 Facebook page
- Go to 'Questions' (the FB polling app)
- Click on 'Who's your favorite Ultimate Ramen Champion 2011?'