Chabuton's Premium Tonkotsu Ramen - The Kurobuta @ 313 Somerset | Orchard, Singapore

Monday, February 02, 2015

Presenting to you the first exclusive ramen dish created by world's first Michelin-starred ramen chef, Chef Yasuji Morizumi. The premium Tonkotsu Ramen, The Kurobuta is only available in Singapore’s Chabuton, as the chef thinks that Singaporeans loves to look good! Chabuton focuses on reasonably priced, authentic and premium Japanese ramen that is superior in taste and using only fresh and high quality ingredients.The Kurobuta will only be available for a limited period only, from 17 January to 31 March 2015. Get it while stock last!

The Kurobuta [$18.90] - perfect blend of tonkotsu and chicken collagen soup broth served together with the highly prized Kurobuta pork. Accompanying ingredients include bamboo shoot, Japanese leek and soft-boiled egg.
The broth is very thick and creamy, it’s also pack with nutritional values. The marbled meat comes with small, fine streaks of fat that make each slice richly sweet, tender and succulent. Oh it just melts in your mouth,  full of flavour and so savoury. Sadly the egg isn't very consistent, some turned out to be slightly hard boiled, and I got it replaced with a oozing one. 

 Do drink the soup first before stirring, you'll be able to taste the authenticity of the collagen soup.
In my opinion, the noodle have a kind of taste and it kind of ruin the soup after soaking for too long. Therefore eat it while it's hot.

Credit: Chabuton
Photo taking with the Michelin-starred ramen chef, Chef Yasuji Morizumi, together with the awesome foodies.

Fried Squid (Ika Karaage) [$5] - it has to be served and eaten hot!  Chewy and Crispy at the same time. A must order for my every visit.

Hitokuchi Gyoza [$5 for 8 pcs] - it is also one of Chabuton's signature side dish. A tad too oily but overall is good.

Some other dishes that you may like at Chabuton! :)

Starting with my favourite, Shoyu Zaru Ramen [$11.90] - cold ramen served with Japanese soy sauce soup
Fell in love with dipping noodles ever since I had my first bowl in Japan.

Chabuton Shio Ramen [$8.30 for junior size] - salt flavoured pork bone soup ramen topped with Char Siew and Japanese leek.
The broth is rather salty, slightly different from your normal pork bone broth.

Char Siew Don [$4] - though it looks really simple and dry, the first bite will make you take your words back. The meat is tender and fat that just gives you the 'juice' to go with the rice.

Japanese Jellies [$2 each] - love this yummy jellies! It can be messy if it is meant for sharing, it can be quite a challenge to split the jelly. 

Stay tune to my Instagram for a giveaway! :)

Chabuton 313@Somerset
313 Orchard Road,
Singapore 238895
Opening hours: 11:30am - 10:00pm

Chabuton @ Tampines 1
10 Tampines Central 1,
Singapore 529536
Opening hours: 11:30am - 10:00pm

Chabuton @ Star Vista
1 Vista Exchange Green,
Singapore 138617
Opening hours: 11:30am - 10:00pm

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