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Basically ramen with the broth separated. Their standard can't go very wrong. But the USP is still the free extra noodles, that's why mine looks big. The shaved chashu was quite bad.

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The giant pork belly instead of chashu. It's okay but could be more tender lah. Black soup is garlic soup. Like most places, it's strong, therefore yummy.

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You can pamper yourself further by topping up $25 for 12.5g of uni to add to the richness and flavour. Another new dish is the Signature Mamasan Kyuden ($24) is a tower layered with a medley of sushi rolls made with a mixture of salmon belly, mentai sauce, shrimp tempura, baked eel and avocado.

Several of their past favourites have undergone a revamp such as the Salmon Obsession Platter ($68) that comes with a collection of 10 types of salmon creations, prepared in ways like wrapped with bocconici, aburi mentai, wrapped with tamagoyaki and many more. Still in the menu are familiar classics such as the Foursome Kani Salad Nori Tacos, Naked Roll and Chicken Kebab with French Fries.

To celebrate the new menu, Ohayo Mama San is offering a special price of the Negitoro & Salmon Tartare Play Kit at only $29.90 from now to 16 October, including 1-for-1 specials on all Nori Tacos.
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📍 313 Orchard Road, 313 Somerset, Unit 01-29, Singapore 238895
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Their promotional set comes with curry ramen, salmon don, pumpkin croquette and drink. The smoked salmon was nice and they are generous with the amount. Ramen dont look appetising but tasted ok.

Fulfilling broth and tasty ramen coupled with takoyaki. Was a good warming meal for a rainy day. Serving size was a little small though.

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Located next to Genki Sushi at Suntec City, Kiwami serves up Hokkaido-style Tonkotsu broth ramen. Their menu is pretty simple - ramen & gyoza.

Their ramen options ranged from the plain Tonkotsu to spicy and garlic options. For toppings, you can have it as a bare basic option, or top up for eggs, seaweed, bamboo shoots & the usual suspects.

I opted for the basic which was the Premium Tonkotsu Ramen. What makes it premium is the char Siew, which thick slices of pork collar as opposed to pork belly. The fat to meat ratio in the pork collar was just right, with that extra bounce & bite in every slice which makes pork collar so much better a cut than pork belly.

As for the broth, a thick consistency is observed which makes it extremely tasty without being overbearing.

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The first thing you notice about Ramen Shiba, is their logo, which is the lovable Shiba Inu. It's so cute. Ramen Shiba opened in Sep 2022 at West Coast Plaza and we recently visited them to try their ramen.

1. Original Tonkotsu Ramen, price starts from $11.90
2. Shiba Signature Butabara Ramen, starts from $15.90
3. Spicy Tonkotsu Ramen, starts from $12.90
4. Black Garlic Tonkotsu Ramen, starts from $12.90
5. Sides: Pork Gyoza: 5pcs $5.90
6. Macrons (Collaboration between Ramen Shiba x Sandra Bakes)
Raspberry Ganache (1pc) with HokkaidoYuzu Ice Cream (1 scoop) $6.90
Lotus Buttercream (1pc) with Hokkaido Yuzu Ice Cream (1 scoop) $6.90

Their ramen broth is rich and thick. I love that they allow customers to select the level of oil, salt, spicy, hardness of noodles etc. so you can customize your order.

The original Tonkotsu is a favourite here. I personally prefer the Shiba Signature Butabara, which has added meat. It is worth that few dollars more.

Then the next favourite is the Spicy Tonkotsu which gives extra oomph. For those who love the black garlic flavour, their broth is rich with flavour so you will not be disappointed.

As for sides, there are several sides on the menu but we only tried the Pork Gyoza, which is considered large size gyoza and five of them for $5.90.

Now comes the attractive part, the limited availability of the super adorable Macrons which are the shape of Shiba. When paired with the Hokkaido Yuzu Ice Cream, that provides the perfect finish to your meal.

West Coast Plaza
#B1-09, 154 West Coast Rd
Singapore 127371

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Savour the moreish flavours of kelp-infused Tonkotsu broth with RAMEN KIOU’s all-new Wafu Tonkotsu Ramen, available limited time only.
Feature :
🍜 Wafu A4 Wagyu Tonkotsu Ramen .
Ramen noodle served with savoury umami tonkotsu broth infused by wagyu and kelp and served with tender A4 Kuroge Wagyu slices.
🍜 Wafu Green Chilli Tonkotsu Ramen.
Ramen noodle served with savoury tonkotsu broth infused by kelp, served with house special green chilli for spicy kick, homemade chashu and ramen egg.
Beside this also have Wafu Yuzu Tonkotsu Ramen for a zesty, refreshing taste

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Newly opened ramen place in West Coast Plaza. In fact some of the snacks in the menu are still not available. A lady there told us they are having manpower issues so they reduced the items offered in the menu. From what I can see there were 6 persons serving this small place. She must be referring to kitchen staff. Anyway, I ordered their Spicy Tonkotsu Ramen ($15.90) and for dessert 1pc Shiba Macaron with Yuzu Ice Cream (6.90).

The ramen was more al dente than what you would normally get when you order “hard” ramen. Their soup has a lot of flavours going on but not spicy enough and rather viscous. The good news is probably a lot of collagen in their from real bones used to boil the broth. The bad news is it gets a bit queasy in taste towards the end, like you drank a lot of grease. The two pieces of pork were very thinly sliced. They broke off as I grabbed them with my chopsticks. Meat was very tender so there was no need to chew. Overall, an above average bowl of ramen.

The macaron came in the shape of a Shiba Inu and a small scoop of ice cream. The ice cream was more like sorbet than ice creams but it has bit of yuzu fruit in it so it was fun to crunch through. The macaron with lotus buttercream filling was a little sweet for my taste. Visually pleasing, normal taste but rather expensive for the tiny serving.

There are lots of ramen places in the west these days. With half the menu still not available, I wonder how they are going to stand out in this rather crowded space?

Following Ghib Ojisan’s YouTube video, I had to trust Japanese with their ramen recommendations right? Tried to book the Suntec outlet a week ahead but it was still fully booked (wow). Managed to get a table at Chinatown Point. This bowl of goodness is both affordable and deli! OISHII indeed. The broth is rich but not overly, suitable for local tastebuds. Don’t expect mala spiciness. It’s good enough. Will come back for other menu items!

Expected Damage: $15-$18/bowl

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