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Creating a graphic novel but stopping along the way to take some photos, eat some food and admire great art!

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Ramen with pork spare rib

A very traditional ramen with thick broth served by an eatery in one of the food courts in Sydney CBD. The pork spare rib ramen is limited to 10 bowls a day so it’s something I had to try.

Ramen with pork spare ribs :

The broth was made using over 120kg of pork bones and was a little too thick for me but I was told this was how this dish is originally made. The pork spare rib was especially tasty although a little difficult to eat with chopsticks.

Exterior of the shop :

Worth trying although next time I’ll be taking the option for the less thick version of the soup!

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7 Responses to “Ramen with pork spare rib”

  1. Shirley says:

    Yep, the soup does look thick – looks more like gravy. Ribs will be a bit messy to eat no way you can eat with chopsticks. I dun mind trying other stuff in the menu though.

  2. SIGMATE says:

    Shirley :
    There’s a lighter and less salty soup as well. They have the standard stuff on the menu like gyoza etc. that’s worth trying out.

  3. Violet says:

    XD I’m imagining trying to eat that delicious looking pork with chopsticks! Oh the ramen looks great though, with 120kg of pork bones it must be insanely flavorful!

  4. SIGMATE says:

    Violet :
    Very flavourful. It’s so thick you can’t see the noodles sitting at the bottom.

  5. Julie says:

    I’m going to try this next time! I hope i can managed to get the pork spare ribs one. only 10 :(

  6. amanda says:

    That looks absolutely delicious! I love Korean food!

  7. SIGMATE says:

    Julie :
    I went just before 12 (Saturday lunch) and noticed 4 other people had ordered it already. However I have heard of people ordering it past 1pm and still getting it. It’s all on the luck of the day.

    Amanda :
    This one’s Japanese. :)
    If you’re ever in Sydney I’ll show you where it is.

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