Each pot comes with a choice of 2 soup bases - Paitan, Miso, Kelp or Tom Yum Soup. We were recommended the Paitan (pork broth soup), as well as the Tom Yum, which had a mild kick and was packed with lots of spices. We think this is a good combination if you are in a group and if you have different preferences.
The menu (set meal and ala carte) features a range of ingredients from premium meat such as pork belly and beef loin, to seafood platters consisting of fresh prawns and scallops. Of course, if you are going as a group, we recommend the set meals which are more value for money and has a balance of ingredients such as meat, seafood, ramen and vegetables. The set meals vary, some for 1-2 person, while some can feed 3-4.
Apart from their hotpot menu, there are a few side dishes you won't want to be missing out on. The Philadelphia Roll, Okonomiyaki Gyoza and the Tebasaki (chicken wings) were extremely delectable and are worthy to rave about.
As a whole, we are glad that Ramen Champion has added Shabu Shabu Ramen to what they have to offer. Apart from the flavourful soup broths, we enjoyed every bit of the shabu ingredients that were served fresh. Their signature ramen stores are still available at Ramen Champion, Great World City.
Shabu Shabu Ramen
1 Kim Seng Promenande
Great World City, #01-22
+65 6235 1295
This was an invited media tasting.