25 Feb '14, 12am
Ramen Kagetsu Arashi at The Cathay
Established in 1992, Ramen Kagetsu Arashi is one of the largest ramen chains in Japan with more than 290 outlets worldwide. It is famous for its garlic tonkotsu broth. The ramen shop has recently introduced a new dish – Ginjiro Ramen ($13.90) which has a combination of tonkotsu soup base and bonito flakes. The pork bones are simmered over long hours so that the natural sweetness can be extracted. Dried bonito, kelp and several other ingredients are then tossed to achieve the flavoursome goodness. Highly addictive and rich in collagen. A noticeable difference here is, they used hard-boiled egg instead of the soft boiled egg found in most ramen stalls. Even though I was told that hard-boiled egg works better for their ramen broth, I still prefer to have my soft boiled eggs. It didn’t appeal to me, unfortunately. Kagetsu Ramen also offers another brand new dish – Dry Curry Ri...