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    #26
    w0lfbrains wrote:
    ethnic food better and cheaper at the country of origin?
    no way.
    Missed my point, dummy. I'm talking about the chain restaurants which are basically the mcdonalds of ramen being better than the best priced ramen you can get in NZ at a premium

    I imagine that the cheapest french restaurant wouldn't be better than French Cafe in Auckland

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    #27
    zephyrrrr wrote:
    dummy
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    #28
    Decided to check out Chop Chop Noodle House on Ponsonby road, really surprised, great meal more westernised that the usual Ramen joints highly recommended.
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    #29
    The delicious dish is very popular among native people. It could be made more delicious if tofu added in it. Tofu is rich in proteins and calcium.

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    #30
    Wat

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    #31
    kashish wrote:
    The delicious dish is very popular among native people. It could be made more delicious if tofu added in it. Tofu is rich in proteins and calcium.
    Gordy wrote:
    Wat
    +1
    I don't think I'll ever understand spam these days.

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    #32
    Spicy energy ramen from Daikoku today. Run of the mill nothing to special but not to bad.

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    #33
    Ramen Takara browns bay this time round. Packed to the gills which can only be a good thing.

    Had the tuna sashimi and gyoza to start.

    Decided to try the black sesame tan tan from here. A lot stronger then last time much preferred the previous one. Mum had the seafood based ramen which I liked a lot more then mine.

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    #34
    +1 ramen do, haven't been but mate reckons it's #1 ramen ez

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    #35
    clip wrote:
    +1 ramen do, haven't been but mate reckons it's #1 ramen ez
    +2 Go there maybe once a month and went there last night actually. Always top notch.

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    #36
    clip wrote:
    +1 ramen do, haven't been but mate reckons it's #1 ramen ez
    This place looks legit. I'll try stop by next time I'm up there.

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    #37
    I found a new Ramen place called Tanpopo in Pakuranga, it doesn't seem related to the city one.
    I ordered the Tanpopo Ramen, which has a rich creamy Tonkotsu broth, topped with a sesame seed sauce and garnished with a red marinated garlic paste (kimchi like). Overall great flavours, however I was slightly disappointed no egg was included by default, I paid extra for the egg.
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    #38
    SirGrim wrote:
    I highly reccomend Kiraku at Elliot stables

    The Dynamite Ramen is awesome if you like hot food and the Gyoza is amazing
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    Went here today, cool little place and food came out fast! Tasty as had the teriyaki chicken ramen.

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    #39
    Went to mentatz today. Great gyoza sadly the ramen was average.

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