拉面故事 Ramen Story – Supparaki at Northpoint vs Osaka Osho at Junction 8


Where does Ramen originate from? Of Course, it is from Japan. Please don’t ask obvious question okay. Do you think Stitch is right? Does Ramen really comes from Japan? Raise your hand if you think Stitch is
right! Does your mouth start to water now? Join me to Yishun Northpoint. We are at the Supparaki Ramen. We ordered the Tonkotsu Original Ramen. The price of $7.90, it is quite worth the price no GST and no service charge. The displaycis very professional and looks more expensive than the cost price. There are two pieces of Char Shu, black fungus and also Japanese egg. The soup looks tasty and delicious. This egg has a runny texture. Did you get it right?
Ramen originates from China. The first ramen store opened in Tokyo in 1910. The Chinese cooks it as China soba . Soba was already well-established in Japanese culture at that time. The blue collar workers like this Chinese soba as it is
cheap and filling. After taking a walk at MacRitchie reservoir.
Let’s go to the second ramen store at Bishan Junction 8. This is the set mean that we are ordering.
Luckily, we came in earlier without any queue. The Ramen comes with three flavors original spicy, spicy and garlic.We chose the value set which consists of a Ramen, Side dish and a drink. This time we chose Char Shu and Nankotsu Ramen. Which comes along with Chicken cutlet
and Japanese pancake. We were discusing why this space is so
crowded. This cutlet is amazing, so crispy This Japanese pancake tastes like
Chinese Carrot cake with a lot of prawns. This comes the main dish, the Nankotsu Ramen in Garlic Flavour. The appearance is very dark, however the broth is very thick but abit salty It tastes the same as the original flavour. The Char Shu is quite tough and the soup is very rich and salty.

8 comments on “拉面故事 Ramen Story – Supparaki at Northpoint vs Osaka Osho at Junction 8”

  1. village talent rangoli says:

    Nice sharing

  2. village talent rangoli says:

    So delicious and tasty

  3. Athena TV SG says:

    Wow! As always this channel pleasantly surprises with surprising facts about the food they introduce. Who would know that the origins of ramen is not Japanese. Great genuine food commentary also. The video creators have demonstrated effort when they travel to 2 different places to try and compare the 2 ramens. Thanks for sharing

  4. ANGEL TV Singapore says:

    Looks nice!

  5. Rona Vlog says:

    ang sarap ng ramen, nakkamiss kumain nito, msarap toh lalo pg my kunting anghang

  6. my cristories says:

    I want to try this Osaka Osho. I love ramen

  7. 핑크콩pinkkong says:

    It's a Japanese Ramen.This place has a unique taste by mixing pork with pork.It looks delicious.God bkess~핑크콩

  8. Znematic Travel says:

    Looks very delicious a must try Thanks for sharing Love it

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