Oceans Will Part - Northbridge

One thing I never say no to would be ramen! And Perth's ramen scene has been blowing up, with so many new places popping up. For my latest ramen adventure I tried Oceans ramen. This place needs no introduction, since it's opening it has been drawing large crowds and people are willing to queue to get a taste or repeat visits. Needless to say I was pretty pumped to try this place!

Hokkaido Miso Ramen ($13.90)

As I've mentioned many times before, my favourite ramen broth would be the miso. So that's what I have chosen today. I was so glad this ramen came with corn, half a boiled egg and chashu, everything a ramen should have! I loved the broth, tasty but not overpowering. The corn added a very nice sweetness to the ramen and the chashu was a bit too thick, but still tender and tasty. I did not leave a drop of broth in my bowl!

Aburi Chashu Ramen ($16.90)

Mr. T chose the aburi chashu ramen as he's a big fan of anything aburi-ed. The pork broth of his ramen was so tasty and quite thick. The chashu looked very tasty, but in reality I thought you could barely taste the difference between the aburi chashu and the normal chashu. 

Kogashi Ninniku Ramen ($14.90)

Spicy Ramen ($14.90)

Our friends tried the kogashi ninniku ramen and the spicy ramen. The kogashi niniku ramen had the black garlic on top which gave it a very strong garlic aroma and it gave a strong garlic flavour too. The spicy ramen looked like it was saturated with chilli oil, but it wasn't as spicy as it looked (but still too spicy for me).

The bowls also featured a very adorable message at the bottom, which gave me another reason to finish the bowl! No, thank you Oceans!

Ratings: /10
Food: 9
Value: 8
Atmosphere: 7
Overall: 8/10

Restaurant information

Oceans Ramen
62 Roe Street
Ph: 9228 8346 

Oceans Ramen and Donburi Bar Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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