A glass of water with crushed ice.
A simplistic menu of promising dishes.
A silent dinner amidst the cheerful ambiance.
A briefcase of unfinished thoughts and emptiness.
A plate of gyoza.
A typical plate of gyoza.
A generous minced pork filling.
A thick skin he wished he had this afternoon.
A bowl of rice.
A touch of salmon roe.
A topping of steamed salmon.
A simple dish in this complex life.
A bowl of char siu rice.
A taste of fresh, crunchy leek.
A dashed hope for a piece of soft pork.
A plan to refresh this parched life in this starched shirt.
A slightly chewy ramen.
A thick and tender piece of char siu.
A miso base soup of absolute saltiness.
A reflection of the unreasonable demands of the world.
A bowl of Asahikawa ramen.
A dream of those Tokyo days.
A view of the Singapore River.
A sigh, an unproductive Monday.
A search later
A dish he missed earlier
A Tokusen Toroniku Ramen
A much better option, a Signature.
Sake-Ikura Gohan (Salmon Rice) – S$7.00
Char Siu Set (Char Siu Rice with Miso Ramen) – S$16.50
Gyoza (5 pcs) – S$5.00
The Travelling Hungryboy
Ramen Santouka (らーめん 山頭火)
6 Eu Tong Sen St
#02-76, The Central
Tel: (+65) 62240668
A you and me.
A singular plurality.