What to eat at Fusionopolis? Have you tried Bowl Chap’s ramen? We tried out their braised pork dry ramen in this food review.
Among their few selections of dry ramen bowls set, we ordered their braised pork with ramen. Stated on their menu was fresh ramen with 12 hours braised five spice apple pork, cherry tomatoes, bok choy, snow pea sprouts, nori seaweed, onsen egg, homebrewed drinks of the day, 2pieces of gyoza as side dish.
Braised pork was indeed tenderlicious, melts in the mouth. Savoury and covered gloriously with thick and luscious gravy, silky and appetite stimulating. Fats and lean meat ratio were nicely distributed, giving the needed bite yet layered with gooey fat but not the greasy feel. Ramen noodles were springy and chewy, holding the gravy well in every mouth. Seaweed and stuff were mundane and nice to have, but worth mentioning were the snow pea sprouts. They were refreshing and absolutely crunchy, delivering the needed crunch in this dish.
We got it in a set at $15.90, and is also available ala carte at $13.90. Essentially, the extra $2 was for 2 “meh” dumplings and 1 drink.
For such pricing, Bowl Chap’s quality was definitely spot on, with deep and lingering taste of such laborious braised pork and ramen. Quantity was ample and filling enough for the average diners. Worth mentioning was their exceptional customer service, friendly and helpful. ^^
|Monday||11am – 8:30pm|
|Tuesday||11am – 8:30pm|
|Wednesday||11am – 8:30pm|
|Thursday||11am – 8:30pm|
|Friday||11am – 8:30pm|
|Saturday||11am – 6pm|
Galaxis #01-25, 1 Fusionopolis Pl, 138522