Headed for a Ramen hopping adventure last week as we've planned from weeks ago! We were supposed to visit Tonkotsu King, Baikohken and ...

Ramen hopping: Tonkotsu King, Nantsuttei x Patisserie G

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Headed for a Ramen hopping adventure last week as we've planned from weeks ago! We were supposed to visit Tonkotsu King, Baikohken and Nantsuttei but eneded up giving B a miss because we found out that it had moved to Ngee Ann City when we got to the old venue. Still, we were stuffed to the brim after visiting T and N and ended off the trip with an impromptu visit to Patisserie G!

1. Tonkotsu King




Spicy Black Tonkotsu King - $15.50 (All toppings)


Tonkotsu King (All toppings) - $14.50


Spicy Red Tonkotsu King - $15.50


I actually went to the sister branch, Tori king before so the concept was not new to me. As usual, they served us with free hard boiled eggs and bean sprouts as appetizers. The ramen arrived shortly after we settled down because we already took our orders outside. We initially decided on just 2 bowls for 4 pax to share, but there was a minimum quota of 3 bowls so we just ordered all they had on the menu and opted for Full toppings each. 

The broth was really rich and good because we opted for the strongest flavor. They served lean Char siew meat and it was surprisingly tender. We went for hard noodles and it had a chewy texture to it. 


2. Nantsuttei 




Christmas Special - $18


Char Siew Ramen  (Plus an $1.50 Egg) - $17.50



If you're someone who likes your broth really thick and flavorful, then Nantsuttei is the place for you! I didn't like the Christmas Special because I felt that the broth was too salty, but the Char Siew ramen was really delicious. The noodles are very much on par with Tonkotsu King's, just that the broth and egg are possibly better. Their Tamago egg was one of the best I've had thus far. Period. 






Saint Honore - $8
(Choux puffs lightly glazed with caramel, piped with chantilly cream, sitting on a sablé base)

My favorite out of the two! I loved the caramel crunch! It went well with base crust because it made the pastry less sweet, along with the chantilly cream which sealed the deal. 


The G Spot - $8
(Dark chocolate mousse with chocolate meringue, sits on a chocolate hazelnut praline crunch)

Any chocolate lover would adore this. I loved how the dark chocolate was not bitter, but my favorite part was still the hazelnut praline that added a unique flavor to this dessert.



Now that I've tried these 2 ramen places, I'm left with just Baikohken and I'll be done with the Top 5 ramen places in Singapore! *Throws confetti* (Ippudo, Nantsuttei, Tonkotsu King, Baikohken and Ramen Sautouka) I was supposed to do a review on Ippudo but I got lazy hehe. :/ 

Anyway, hope this helped! :)

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