Black Cha Shu Tsukemen
Menya Musashi is named after Miyamoto Musashi, a famous samurai who was recognised for his ability to nito ryu (double sword style) in Kendo. The theme of the restaurant is very cultural and it bringd customers go back in time towards the Japanese edo period. Menya Musashi serves three different soup base of white, red and black.
Specially for the Cha Shu Tsukemen (14.90SGD), you may upsize the noodle portion up to five times for free! If you’re feeling hungry, go for it. I thought the soup base was pretty good. However, it’s not salty enough like the authentic ramen you’ll get in Japan (even though I prefer my ramen saltier!). The only disappointing part was the noodles. It felt more like maggi noodles, not ramen.
Black Shabu Shabu Ramen
The shabu shabu had some quality in there. I didn’t quite like eating it alone, but mixing it with the broth taste so much better. Overall, Menya Musashi wasn’t too great, but good enough to satisfy my tummy. (14.90SGD).
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