They’ve opened a new outlet at Ion! Yesssss, more good ramen to be found in town. It’s really small though, even smaller than its sister outlet. I didn’t have the best ramen at Menya the previous time, but today I am back, mainly to talk about this piece of pork right here.
It doesn’t come cheap though. $5.90 for these 2 slices, but its worth trying at least once! I didn’t think too much of it until I actually sunk my teeth into it. Sooo fragrant and well-seasoned. The taste really soaked through the whole piece of meat that falls apart in your mouth. YUMZ. And I thought the bottom layer was fat! But it wasn’t. So very pleasantly surprised by this yum.
Friend got the White Tsukemen ($15.90). The broth is really salty. It’s fun though! I enjoy soba a lot so it’s fun to have to dip your noodles. The plus side is that the noodles don’t get soggy by the time you’re done with half the bowl. But you don’t get to eat piping hot ramen!
Headed back here to have the black garlic broth again and… I think the Raffles City branch is better. Somehow the garlic taste came through with every mouthful at that branch!
Menya Musashi Kodou
2 Orchard Turn #B3-25
11.30am – 10pm