Called Ramen Revolution, the three-day food festival will feature Japanese restaurants such as Keisuke Lobster King, Marutama Ramen, Machida Shoten and more
The ramen craze is finally over? Not in the slightest. Joining the fray of ramen restaurants in Singapore is this slurp-worthy festival at Resorts World Sentosa that aims to unite ramen maniacs of all sorts. Dubbed Ramen Revolution 2017, the three-day Japanese food event will feature 10 ramen stores – expect everything from tonkotsu and miso, to chicken and char siew – selling their specialty bowls, all at just $10 nett (with admission free of charge). We know you won’t just stop at one.
In fact, aside from being proud about how many bowls you can wolf down, how fast can you do it? Ramen Revolution will also host speed-eating challenges and even spicy ramen competitions for those who can take the heat. And despite these low prices, rest assured you’ll be getting reputable ramen brands up for grabs. You can expect the French-style, duck confit mazemen from Ramen Atelier; the decadent broths from the popular Keisuke Lobster King and Keisuke Tonkotsu King; the light, chicken-base ramen from Marutama Ramen; the dry mazesoba from Kajiken; and many more.
You’ll even have pop-up stalls from ramen franchises all the way from Japan – such as Sendai’s Menya Masamune – so you’re guaranteed that this festival is ace in authenticity.