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Ramen Champion Great World City - Which Bowls Can Make It

Ebisboshi Shotengai made its exit from Great World City, replaced with Ramen Champion (also operated by the same group). Good move. The lack of staff was a major problem at the former restaurant who took up such a big space with several concepts in one. Some dining tables were so hidden that waving for extended periods won’t even et any waitress to spot you. Ramen Champion at Great World City is a self-service concept where you order from one of the four ramen shops, and collect the bowl later. That would usually about 10 minutes. Fuss free and less......

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Menzo Butao - Ramen Shop at Marina Square's New Dining Edition

Menzo Butao – Ramen Shop at Marina Square’s New Dining Edition

Marina Square has recently undergone a $15 million with a dedicated food-restaurant section called The Dining Edition – featuring 16 mid-to-upscale restaurants and cafés. Several of these are new-to-local market brands like Lady M, Carnivore Appetite, Nuvo, Saigon Lotus, Shallots, Supreme Tastes Jiang Nan Cuisine and Hamanoya. Good excuse...

July 29, 2013
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Mutekiya Ramen 無敵家 – Best Ramen at Ikebukuro Tokyo

Mutekiya Ramen 無敵家 – Best Ramen at Ikebukuro Tokyo

Talk about the best ramen at Tokyo Japan, and many food blogs would recommend Ippudo (Ebisu), Menya Musashi (Shinjuku), Butamen Kenkyujo (Kanda), Aoba (Nakano) Ramen Jiro (Shinjuku) and Ramen Tetsuya (Higashi Koenji) and Metekiya (Ikebukuro). What would you recommend? I followed religiously to the Taiwanese written Tokyo guidebook “东京王...

July 24, 2012
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