15 May '11, 1pm

By @CAMEMBERU - Nantsuttei Tonkotsu Ramen

By @CAMEMBERU - Nantsuttei Tonkotsu Ramen

at Parco Marina Bay, so when my friends wanted to meet for lunch there, I was all for it! Tonkotsu (pork bone broth) is my favourite ramen broth, and Nantsuttei goes one step further by adding kuro ma yu - roasted garlic oil! That's characteristic of Kumamoto style ramen, which also features straight, thin noodles. Eunice, Cherie and I chose the Chashu-men (S$16), the tonkotsu ramen with a generous four slices of tender chashu (we added an egg for S$1). The basic bowl (S$12) only has one slice, I think. They keep the selections pretty basic. You can view the whole menu online (including prices). I think not everyone will like the ramen, because it's quite oily and salty (the way it's supposed to be). But I think it's TNT - Thick 'N' Tasty! As you slurp the lightly creamy broth, you can't help but wonder how long they stewed the pork bones for (apparently 24 hours in a pres...

Full article: http://www.camemberu.com/2011/05/nantsuttei-tonkotsu-rame...

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