Climb up to Sio Seng Hin Ramen located in Nam Van to enjoy some umami goodness that can be found in their hot bowl filled with steamy broth, succulent pork belly, and mouth-watering noodles. Is it the developed flavors of the broth or the bounciness of the handmade ramen noodles? Or the toppings like succulent pork, soft-boiled egg, and seasonings that make it so irresistible. In a typical restaurant, the server takes your order. But here and a few ramen spots, you are in charge of your own order. Preference order slips are provided on the side of the table, and you just circle on however you want your noodles to be. From original pork bone, spicy pork bone or their special broth, then you get to choose the type and texture of noodles, level of spiciness and extra toppings such as extra pork, udon (served after one round) or Japanese egg. We like adding in some pork belly and medium secret sauce, a little garlic, green onion, and black fungus. Yum!
Sio Seng Hin Ramen
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- 251-292 Avenida Comercial de Macau
- +853 6204 6106
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