Ramen lovers in the East - you can now get your brothy fix in Changi.
One of the stalls at the Rasa Rasa Kampong Changi food centre, which opened in early February, is called The Ramen Express.
PHOTO: THE RAMEN EXPRESS IS A FRANCHISE OF POPULAR THE RAMEN STALL IN BUGIS; HALAL IN THE CITY
Staff at the halal-certified The Ramen Stall told Halal in the City it's a franchise outlet of the popular Japanese eatery, which is also due to open its dim sum specialty restaurant soon.
The ramen and don offering at The Ramen Express is decent, with the usual staples like chicken chasiu and volcano ramen, as well as kaisendon and chicken curry rice. But the sides are limited with no sashimi items.
PHOTO: THE RAMEN EXPRESS GETS THE SAME BRANDING AS THE RAMEN STALL; HALAL IN THE CITY
Rasa Rasa Kampong Changi is open 24 hours, but reservations are only available from 11am to 4am and takeaway orders from 5pm to 4am (last order 3.45am).
Cycling or scooting your way there? Power outlets are available for you to charge your phones and scooters for free. Just make sure to bring your own adaptors.
PHOTO: FREE CHARGING STATIONS AT RASA RASA KAMPONG CHANGI; HALAL IN THE CITY
At the moment Rasa Rasa Kampong Changi is not certified halal.
PHOTOS: HALAL IN THE CITY