The Ramen King is only served at lunch and DINE in only.
There are three different types, which are associated with colour the same as Butao: Black, Red and White.
Black Ramen King
The sachet of black garlic oil from Nissin is more generous!!!
If it is someone’s first time trying black garlic oil, they are not going to get any memorable impression.
Other than that, I felt that these noodles were Jongkonised starting from the Chinese style broth which was really thin and the egg was hard poached too.
The pureed garlic was quite nice but not freshly made garlic puree and the noodles were similar to spaghetti which was really soft and thick. As for the soup it was quite tasteless that I had to add some chili from the other Red Ramen bowl.
This was basically the same as the above but served with chili oil which was so Chinese!
It had preserved beans in it, the exact same taste as Ja Jiang chili sauce.
Although it is not authentic ramen, the chili sauce made it quite delectable because of the preserved beans.