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RamenPlay

Postby Jennifer » Tue Jan 15, 2013 3:50 pm

http://www.ramenplay.com.sg/menu.php

Has anyone eaten at RamenPlay?

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Re: RamenPlay

Postby BBEwee » Tue Jan 15, 2013 3:59 pm

Jennifer wrote:http://www.ramenplay.com.sg/menu.php

Has anyone eaten at RamenPlay?


Yes,I went to the outlet in Resort World.

I had the rice, it was good.

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Re: RamenPlay

Postby Jennifer » Tue Jan 15, 2013 4:02 pm

BBEwee wrote:
Jennifer wrote:http://www.ramenplay.com.sg/menu.php

Has anyone eaten at RamenPlay?


Yes,I went to the outlet in Resort World.

I had the rice, it was good.


Which rice did you ordered: Butariki Ishinabe, Unagi Toji Set or Black Sesame Fried Rice?

I am curious about the appetizer, esp the Nabemushi (Prawn).

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Re: RamenPlay

Postby bebebub » Tue Jan 15, 2013 4:25 pm

Jennifer wrote:
BBEwee wrote:
Jennifer wrote:http://www.ramenplay.com.sg/menu.php

Has anyone eaten at RamenPlay?


Yes,I went to the outlet in Resort World.

I had the rice, it was good.


Which rice did you ordered: Butariki Ishinabe, Unagi Toji Set or Black Sesame Fried Rice?

I am curious about the appetizer, esp the Nabemushi (Prawn).

Nabemushi - dun be fooled by the picture. The serving is tiny. The ramen is quite nice.

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Re: RamenPlay

Postby Jennifer » Tue Jan 15, 2013 4:43 pm

bebebub wrote:
Jennifer wrote:I am curious about the appetizer, esp the Nabemushi (Prawn).


Nabemushi - dun be fooled by the picture. The serving is tiny.


:whut: then must order > one ? can you still remember its price?

bebebub wrote:The ramen is quite nice.


Is the soup base salty? I ate ramen at other places, find the typical soup base too salty for my liking.

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Re: RamenPlay

Postby bebebub » Tue Jan 15, 2013 4:54 pm

Jennifer wrote:
bebebub wrote:
Jennifer wrote:I am curious about the appetizer, esp the Nabemushi (Prawn).


Nabemushi - dun be fooled by the picture. The serving is tiny.


:whut: then must order > one ? can you still remember its price?


bebebub wrote:The ramen is quite nice.


Is the soup base salty? I ate ramen at other places, find the typical soup base too salty for my liking.


Cannot remember, sorry.
Suggest u order one to try first, in case you dun like it. That was my first and also the last time ordering it.

I usually order the sanpou ramen double soup. Find it a little bit saltish, but my dining companions think its alright.

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Re: RamenPlay

Postby Jennifer » Wed Jan 16, 2013 10:18 am

bebebub wrote:Cannot remember, sorry.
Suggest u order one to try first, in case you dun like it. That was my first and also the last time ordering it.

I usually order the sanpou ramen double soup. Find it a little bit saltish, but my dining companions think its alright.


Thanks for sharing.

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Re: RamenPlay

Postby jce » Wed Jan 23, 2013 9:51 am

My hubby and the kids went to the one at Novena and the kids came home raving about it, but not sure whether that's anything to go by, haha! I asked my hubby and he said "uh, it was ok" but then he says that about most food. Only when it is spectacularly good then he goes "it was good".

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Re: RamenPlay

Postby Jennifer » Wed Jan 23, 2013 9:59 am

jce wrote:My hubby and the kids went to the one at Novena and the kids came home raving about it, but not sure whether that's anything to go by, haha! I asked my hubby and he said "uh, it was ok" but then he says that about most food. Only when it is spectacularly good then he goes "it was good".


Last week I brought hubby to the one at Holland V.

We ordered a ramen and a rice (E1 & F1).

He is very impressed with the texture and size of the meat pieces as well as the richness of the soup. My first time seeing only a spoonful of soup left in the bowl with no strand of noodles left.

He loves it.

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Re: RamenPlay

Postby bebebub » Wed Jan 23, 2013 10:02 am

Jennifer wrote:
jce wrote:My hubby and the kids went to the one at Novena and the kids came home raving about it, but not sure whether that's anything to go by, haha! I asked my hubby and he said "uh, it was ok" but then he says that about most food. Only when it is spectacularly good then he goes "it was good".


Last week I brought hubby to the one at Holland V.

We ordered a ramen and a rice (E1 & F1).

He is very impressed with the texture and size of the meat pieces as well as the richness of the soup. My first time seeing only a spoonful of soup left in the bowl with no strand of noodles left.

He loves it.

No nabemushi for you? :smile:

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