A ramy restaurant in Singapore has started offering ramen and tofu bowls in a cafe inside the building where it’s located.
The cafe is called Ramen King and it opened on May 30.
It’s located at the corner of Fionn Road and King Road, Singapore.
Owner Hani Khong is the manager of Ramen Kingdom.
He told us the idea was born out of the ramen craze in Singapore and a desire to find something special to eat there.
“Ramen King is a little bit like a ramen restaurant.
It has a small room, a bowl, ramen broth, and everything that goes into it.
I think people enjoy it because it’s unique and delicious,” he said.”
The ramen is prepared in a different way than the ramy restaurants.
So we’re making it unique, so it’s fun to have a little ramy in our restaurant.”
Ramen Kingdom was founded by Hani and a group of friends in 2012.
They said they wanted to bring a little Ramen-style to Singapore and the cafe was born.
Ramen is usually served with a variety of toppings, and is served in a bowl.
They also have a menu of other ramy dishes.