I'm a little confused because 'Kungfu' is Chinese yet 'ramen' is Japanese. Maybe 'ramen' just rolls off the tongue easier than 'lai mein' which would be the Chinese for pulled or stretched noodles. But what's in a name when you're hungry? I'm not going to argue.
|Kungfu ramen (without the beef) from Kungfu Ramen, Thomas Street, Haymarket|
The thin white noodles are quite unlike Japanese ramen, but with a level of al dente mamma would be pleased with. The broth is topped with a slick of chilli oil and chopped coriander for a pretty tri-colour bowl.
|Beef for the Kungfu ramen|
|Barbeque chicken wings|
The smokey flavour goes well with the spice heat, and it's a shame that there are only two a serve. Ten would be more like it. Ten would stop the fighting over the last piece. I might put up a fight for a chicken wing.