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107 North Bridge Road
#B1-29 Funan
Singapore 179105

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Friday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

Monday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

This one is for all those who love light-tasting ramen. The ramen ($15.90) came in a mildly flavored chicken broth infused with a splash of citrusy yuzu. It was served with a piece of charsiu, soft boiled egg, bamboo shoot and nori.

The noodles were thin, soft and springy. I like they had just the perfect bite to them. And the yuzu added the most unique dimension to the ramen; a distinct bittersweet tanginess in the backdrop of the light broth. The broth itself wasn't too hot, which is understandable given that the ramen comes with the 'chintan' style broth which is heated at a lower temperature. Even the charsiu wasn't too fatty, heavy or oily.

The portion was a tad on the small size or perhaps it's lightness that didn't give me the same hearty feeling I'm used to having after eating a bowl of ramen. Still it's is a refreshing, different change that's worth a try.

8/10

They specialize in their yuzu broth and ramen here and I opted for the tsukemen that comes with a yuzu infused dipping sauce. The dipping sauce was pretty addictive, perfumed with toasted sesame and had a slight spice from I’m guessing a chili oil? The yuzu added a brightness to it but thought it could have been more present in the dish. The noodles were slightly overcooked in my opinion too. The accompanying players of the noodle were not too bad either but nothing to shout about.

Ordered Yuzu Shio Ramen (as pictured), Yuzu Tsukemen & Afuri Buta Wings Gyoza and fried chicken. Those who find the usual tonkotsu broth too heavy on their palate might want to give this spot a try. Personally am someone who prefer heavier flavours so I preferred Yuzu Tsukemen ($15.90), which comes with a citrusy-yuzu dashi and soy sauce-based dip as the tangy flavour was a refreshing twist!

Finally visited @afurisg and I had the yuzu shio ramen and the crispy gyoza! The broth was flavourful with the fragrant yuzu flavour complemented by the salt flavour and they went well with the noodles too. The gyoza was crispy indeed, light in texture while full of flavour as well 😋

Spicy version of the Yuzu ramen. Spicy chicken broth with a tangy Citrus taste.

This place exceeded my expectations! Wandered in at about 9pm (no queue) bc we had no idea what to have for dinner.

The yuzu ramen has a light but flavourful broth with strong yuzu taste, and I like it more than the standard tonkotsu broth. It doesn’t get jelat! Noodles were a bit thinner and had a softer texture compared to the tsukumen / regular ramen but I didn’t mind it at all! The egg was soft w a runny yolk which was nice.

The yuzu tsukemen tho. It’s served cold with a delicious yuzu-soy dipping sauce which hit all the right notes. The meat was lean with some fat, it was q tasty! The egg in this was a little less runny than the egg in the yuzu ramen, so kinda inconsistent. But I realllyyy liked the tsukumen and I would come back for this. The sauce is rly gr8!!

The gyoza was okay only bc it wasn’t crispy. But still pretty decent.

I think the bad reviews for this place is bc Singaporeans r used to heavier stronger flavours and hence don’t appreciate such food.

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